It’s frustrating when you always receive a call from your child’s school asking you to see the principal. However, you already know that it has something to do with your child’s behavior.
From spring break to summer vacation, you can’t always get outside and play with the kids. Here are some indoor ideas to entertain without getting bored. From Minecraft to movie making, building music to building computers, check out these ideas.
Here are some great apps to help your kids believe in Santa. From the Portable North Pole that sends videos and phone calls, to Kringl to catch him live in action, your kids will love seeing Santa talk to them personally, and see him in your house!
When did your kids stop believing in Santa? Something happens around Grade 2. They start to piece it together, but Portable North Pole keeps the magic alive and offers video for the doubters, the believers, and those that are fully in on the spirit of the season.
Many summer daytrip adventures await in Southern Alberta, and the best way to discover them is to use some apps for exploring. Get off your usual route and explore some of our backroads and hidden secrets.
I am struggling with getting my son interested in reading, so I’m trying every app I can. The latest is from i Read With. Best part? These app books are cheaper than book books, and come in multiple languages!
One of the best apps to help your kids with literacy is Starfall Learn To Read. It feels like you’re inside Sesame Street playing word games and learning letters. It is, easily, the best ‘learn to read’ app I have tried with our boys.