Let’s be honest, finding appropriate video-games is a minefield even for those who are well informed. Some might say it’s as simple as reading the box but there is more to it than that.
Andy is a journalist specialising in video-games and families. He talks to a lot of parents struggling to catch up with their children’s gaming hobby and there are some simple steps to take to ensure the whole family has a positive experience.
Here’s a question from our Facebook group recently,
I’m really looking forward to the schools breaking up for summer next week. I love the holidays, but always struggle with lunch ideas for the six of us. I generally try to keep the food budget down (so we have more to spend on holidays and trips)… Does anyone have any interesting suggestions please?
Did our group have suggestions? You’d better believe it. They had loads, and to preserve all the great ideas for posterity, we are posting them here!
Are you planning on visiting friends or family over the summer? Read our top tips on how to be a good houseguest, and be invited back again.
If you need to brush up your grammar, check out our eBook. The book is designed for parents who have found gaps in their knowledge and are struggling to help their kids with homework. If you (or your children) are learning a foreign language, getting to grips with English grammar first is essential.
You can find out more about the book, preview some pages and read reviews here.
If you have any questions, Millie Slavidou is on Twitter @millieslavidou or on her FB page, where she is always happy to talk about language, grammar, and etymology.
The eBook can be downloaded here – and added to your eReader of choice.
If you are worrying how to protect your child online, download our Family Media Agreement and read our tips on eSafety.
Most schools offer good advice, and have policies in place to tackle cyberbullying, but what about the wider implications of the comments that our kids post online? What do parents need to know about reputation management?