This is definitely something that every parent grapples with. Should children be exposed to technology at an early age?
Linux comes with plenty of educational software and games for kids. These are 5 of the best Linux educational software to keep your kids ahead of the game.
As Apple announcing more parental controls, do you think phone manufacturers should bear responsibility for kids getting addicted to their phones?
It’s no secret the Internet isn’t exactly kid-friendly, and they may stumble upon information or images they shouldn’t see. Here are some kid-friendly browsers that are totally safe for them to use.
While Linux is seen as needlessly complex, you can easily configure Linux for children and make it kids-friendly and easy to use.
Christmas is coming and you are considering to buy smart toys for your kids. Before you do so, don’t forget the risks associated with it. Learn what you need to know before getting a smart toy.
The online world can be full of dangers for young children. Let’s look at some ways you can keep your kids safe online.
Educational apps are everywhere. This list of the best educational apps has been meticulously thought out to give kids the best learning experience.
If you don’t want your phone’s Youtube history to be bombarded with video suggestions for Disney cartoons, here are a few ways to avoid this.
Need a convenient way to keep your kids busy while getting other things done? Here are four free kids apps that don’t bombard the kids with ads and offers.
Smartphones have become many people’s favorite accessory. There’s no arguing their usefulness. We carry them on us at all times, but what about children? Do you think kids (under 12) should carry a smartphone?
There are several Linux distros for kids, and Sugar is one of them. It comes with application that encourages critical thinking and collaborative learning Check it out.
It is never easy to decide whether to allow your kids to access the Internet . At which age do you think is appropriate to expose the kids to the Internet?
If there is one thing more disturbing on the news these days, it’s the amount of trusted adults that are being arrested for sexual offenses on kids. It makes parents lose all sense of how to keep their children safe, when they don’t even know if the child’s teacher, coach, uncle, or neighbor can be […]
Parents have a lot to worry about when their kids want to start using the internet. With all the scams and creepy people out there, most parents dread the day their children ask for permission to join Facebook. While you can change privacy settings and limit who can find your children on some social sites, […]
The Internet is a scary virtual world for parents. Letting your children loose on the Internet is like sending them out on the street without a chaperone. Internet filters may protect them from stumbling upon the most offensive websites, but they do nothing to guide them to educational or kid-safe fun sites. That is up […]
Linux is really a versatile piece of software. You can use it as your daily working OS, a server that runs most of the website in the world, as a multimedia center or even as a way to promote your religion. A more creative use of Linux is to turn it into an educational piece […]
We’ve talked about Linux software for kids a few times here at MakeTechEasier, but so far we’ve never actually sat down to take a closer look at whole distributions intended for children. Many people are familiar with Edubuntu, the Ubuntu spinoff intended for school and other educational institutions, but you may not know much about […]