Technology and Apps

Many moons ago, Miss 12 announced that she wanted to be a game developer. If your child has similar aspirations, and you just don’t know where to start, the Kano just might be the perfect place! With the Kano Computer Kit Complete, not only do you
They have been growing in popularity with adults for some time now but did you know that there is a whole world of podcasts out
With more than 580 autism-related apps in iTunes and over 300 for Android, how do you find the best apps for kids with autism?
If your kids love gaming as much as mine do, then chances are Fortnite: Battle Royale is all they are talking about.  This fun
Did you or your Brisbane Kids get a drone for Christmas or a recent birthday? Are you wondering where you’re allowed to fly the
Apps to support separating families are all designed to support parents through what will likely be one of the most challenging
For today’s kids, the Internet is full of endless promise and potential, an exciting place to explore, learn, create, and
My 7 year old is a technology addict. He loves playing IPAD, computers, watching YouTube tutorials and, if left with no other
Kids nowadays are pretty tech savvy, and when it comes to touchscreen technology they seem to be born total whizzes, somehow
Brisbane Kids get out into the fresh air, and get vitamin D and exercise thanks to Pokémon GO For those readers who grew up in
Need help getting your children back into nature? There’s an app for that! There is a growing body of research that points
Let's face it, as busy parents we can never be with our child every moment of every day to make them feel calm and safe. So what
Snapchat is a free app that allows users to capture and send text and short videos. After the message is received, it
How Using Your Phone Could Actually Make You a Safer Driver | S-Drive from Samsung We love to share cool things, especially
Kinderling Radio is an exciting new radio station, specifically for children 0 – 6 years and their parents. It was launched in
For the millions of Minecrafters out there, the latest game based on the crazily popular video game Minecraft can’t come soon
Many kids struggle with literacy or find themselves at a level that is higher or lower than their class at school. Helping them
I have an 8 year old son who has a gift for Maths. Jack pretty much loves all things involving numbers except for telling the
Screen rage is the broad term describing the anger or ‘rage’ that little people, and some big people, experience when they
Knowing where you can find online game information is essential in ensuring you keep your children safe while online. Did you
Giving your child a mobile phone seems a little crazy, but, according to the 2012 ABS Sensis, 818,500 children aged 5 to 14
When choosing apps for children, it is important for parents to do their own research. Fortunately there are a number of
As a parent, the thought of your child being bullied is heartbreaking. Most of us can probably remember one or two schoolyard
“Are your kids obsessed with Minecraft? Need to learn how to install mods? Looking for party ideas? Don't have a clue what a
If you have a young child who wants to learn a digital language and don’t know where to start, help is at hand with a range of
In Minecraft, gameplay consists of cycles of day-time, followed by night-time. Each day-night cycle is 20 minutes long. Whether
There’s a lot to like about these award-winning apps from Collins Big Cat (an imprint of Harper Collins Publishing, UK). To
Does it sometimes seem like Minecraft is a different language? This list of basic Minecraft concepts and elements will keep you
When I logged into my Minecraft Account a few days ago, the statistics page said over 19 million people had purchased the game.
Children often experience feelings of worry, anger, sadness, insecurity and frustration as part of their everyday social and
Spelling City is an award winning game based learning tool for spelling, vocabulary and writing. Spelling City can be downloaded
At CommonSense Media, a respected US non-profit organization that promotes safe technology and media for children, the youngest
Young Kids Online: Getting it right from the start Today’s kids are born as global digital citizens. The Internet places a
These days there is an app for everything and everything is in an app. For parents who perhaps aren't quite up there and savvy
The iOS market is packed with apps and games for avid players of all ages. Some of them are quite educational and can easily be
The world of Apps is big. Enormous. Endless. Kids love to learn and kids love apps. Parents love apps because it can give them a
Stargazing can be a fun and educational activity to do with the kids at night, ideal for warmer summer nights or camping trips.
Tablets, smartphones, hand-held games – today’s kids are exposed to far more varied and complex forms of electronic
Is your Brisbane Kid asking about Minecraft and you don't even know how to explain it? Minecraft is a game for kids without
Macleans are known for being one of the leaders in tooth and gum care, with their extensive range of dental care products, so it
The iOS marketplace is packed with all sorts of apps for kids. Some are entertaining, some are educational, and some are both.
You don’t have to be a scientist yourself in order to help your child learn the basics.  Sure you can get out the old Bunsen
Mention the word “maths” and you are usually greeted with an array of groans and fake yawns.  Most kids (and let’s be
As of 2013 there are literally a million apps out there for you to choose from and with thousands more being created daily how do
There is no getting around it – most kids have access to, and love using, devices. If they are used appropriately and within

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