Category Archives: Kids and the Media

Do You Know About the “Duct Tape Challenge?”

Keeping you in the know. Once again, we’re here to shed light on a disturbing game that has recently received much attention in the news and social media after a nearly fatal accident landed a 14-year-old boy in a Washington state hospital. In case you haven’t heard of it yet, the YouTube game is called the “Duct Tape Challenge.”

Do You Know About the “Duct Tape Challenge?”

Keeping you in the know. Once again, we’re here to shed light on a disturbing game that has recently received much attention in the news and social media after a nearly fatal accident landed a 14-year-old boy in a Washington state hospital. In case you haven’t heard of it yet, the YouTube game is called the “Duct Tape Challenge.”

Talking to Kids After the Paris Attacks

Editor’s Note: After the devastating events in Paris, we decided to repost these helpful tips on talking to kids when tragedy strikes.

Talking to Kids After the Paris Attacks

Editor’s Note: After the devastating events in Paris, we decided to repost these helpful tips on talking to kids when tragedy strikes.

7 Alarming Statistics About Cyberbullying

Editor’s Note: We invited Jen Martinson from Secure Thoughts to share with us an infographic about cyberbullying. Do you agree that cyberbullying is a disease and that teens are not safe on social media platforms? What measures would you take to ensure that your children are protected? Share your thoughts in the comments.

7 Alarming Statistics About Cyberbullying

Editor’s Note: We invited Jen Martinson from Secure Thoughts to share with us an infographic about cyberbullying. Do you agree that cyberbullying is a disease and that teens are not safe on social media platforms? What measures would you take to ensure that your children are protected? Share your thoughts in the comments.

#ChelseaVolunteers Report: Kids Making a Difference

Editor’s Note: Our team put a wonderfully dedicated high school student volunteer to work researching articles about young, talented individuals in the news, and here are the results! We send a huge thank you to T. F. for the hours of hard work!

#ChelseaVolunteers Report: Kids Making a Difference

Editor’s Note: Our team put a wonderfully dedicated high school student volunteer to work researching articles about young, talented individuals in the news, and here are the results! We send a huge thank you to T. F. for the hours of hard work!