There’s a great and puzzling divide between the entertaining and the educational. It’s amazing how many parents hesitate to let their kids have screen time because they think their kids will only accept and enjoy digital resources likeLearn more!
We know the jury’s still out on how mobile devices affect young users long-term, but it’s probably safe to say that, like any tool, when used in moderation, screen time can still have its benefits. While we’d never advocateLearn more!
The dinner (or breakfast or lunch) table has always been a popular place for great family chats. There, kids have a captive audience, but there’s also something about sharing a meal together that seems to spark conversation. NowLearn more!
If you’re reading this, summer vacation has begun, and your little thinker is on hiatus. There will be tree-climbing, spash-padding, and frozen treats. Every kid deserves a little down time, right? Absolutely, but even amidst all the warm-weatherLearn more!
If you put your kid into sports and other physical activities to help them get their sillies out, you’re not alone. You’re also not alone if you enroll them in these kinds of activities to help with coordination,Learn more!
What’s it like to write this stuff? What’s it like to be a writer in the first place? Our founder Amy Leask sat down with “These Fine Arts” to talk shop. Check it out!Learn more!
We’re over-the-moon excited to present the latest goodie for our Wiseland app for little thinkers! In addition to big questions about fairness and being human, users can now explore what makes a hero. As always, there’s an animatedLearn more!
Happy Geek Pride Day, everyone! You may have noticed that the word geek has changed a fair bit over the years. What once was a slight has become more of a badge of honour. Geeks innovate. Geeks disrupt.Learn more!
Wow! This is a pretty big question in and of itself, isn’t it? Well, every kid is a little bit different, and we can’t really stamp an age on when they’re likely to want to do activities andLearn more!
Tackling big questions with your little thinker will accomplish many things. It will open up amazing new avenues for discussion. It will spark their curiosity. It will build a bond of trust between you and them. It willLearn more!