Weekend Reads: Columbus Day, Testing, Worry, etc
Well hello hello! Here in the USofA it’s Columbus Day weekend, so let’s start the reading list with the debate over whether or not this holiday should exist. More cities are deciding “no” this year than every before.
If you’re looking for….some testing help:
Since testing and standardized testing aren’t going away, here’s some tips on how to help kids test better.
If you’re looking for….some controversial technology:
This new app gives parents a lot of control over their kids phones. Seems a little invasive to me, but stuff like this isn’t going away.
If you’re looking for….a little forensics:
Some forensics projects for kids. Looks like fun.
If you’re looking for….some shame:
Or at least some explanations as to why parents shame each other, try this article.
If you’re looking for….some relief:
Five things parents can stop worrying about.
If you’re looking for….some more information on screen time:
The AAP recently revised their stance on screen time. Read the breakdown here. (from Lou)