When I started 3rd grade, I’m pretty sure the only requirement my teacher had for parents was to ensure that their smock-dressed students had enough chalk to do their daily lessons. Ok, maybe it was #2 lead. But still, things were so very different back in the olden days.
Mom, can I use your computer today? Mom, can I play a game on your phone while we wait? Mom, can you put new batteries in the Leapster? Mom, can we play Wii since it’s raining today?
I remember being kind of freaked out when Big came home from kindergarten last year saying he played games on the computer at school. Sure, they were educational, but did 5- and 6-year olds really need to be exposed to that kind of screen time? After a couple days at Club Penguin headquarters — where […]
If you had asked me what Club Penguin was a couple weeks ago, I would have simply said it’s an online computer game for kids. Big enjoyed playing it, and I loved that he had a seemingly safe outlet that was just for him — not his overly touchy, needy little siblings. If you ask […]