My boys are just getting into Minecraft, and whilst travelling recently we spotted a Lego Minecraft builder set that they went nuts over, again as ...
Andy BattlePerth, Western Australia
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Being in Australia, it is fair to say that we get the some of the least exposure to media content, both on TV and at the movies and without any 'in ...
This is such an interesting topic. My seven-year-old was devastated when I posted a story about her on Facebook last year. She begged me to remove it ...
I would say that the film isn't really suitable for younger kids, under 8 will find it hard going. There's no more violence than in the avengers but ...
No. I don't need my child's permission. If I am using sound judgement and not posting stupid, embarrassing things about them, no. And you shouldn't ...
I'm not sure if worried is quite what I feel, but I realise I need to be 'aware'. My 10-year-old is a proper Minecraft fanboy, but so too is his ...
Only thing I don't like is they can set fire and kill animals and at night time they have to be indoors or monsters try and get them. So it's not all ...
Minecraft is a sandbox game where you have to collect (or mine) different materials in order to build certain items. A bit like lego but with the ...
Just when I was finally getting my head round Minecraft, up pops a new variation on the theme: Minecraft videos. These have developed from fans of ...
I would say 10 years old is **absolutely** a suitable age for Minecraft. I started playing Minecraft with my 5 year old son a few weeks ago and it ...
I would very much recommend Minecraft for a ten year old. If you feel that the 10 year old in question may not like them you can turn off monsters by ...
Minecraft is very suitable - I play with my son who is 5years old and he plays is on LAN with a 9 year old friend - I supervise at home and I also ...
I believe so. I run a Minecraft club at school and the children - both boys and girls - are highly engaged by this game. As they play together, I ...
Great question Heidi!! I post things on our #fourlittletesters blog all the time, and whilst I try to parentally sensor all content and only post ...
Like many parents, I regularly post on Facebook about the funny things my kids say or do. They’re an endless source of comedy gold and ‘Facebooking’ ...
You definitely need to limit the TV time regardless of anything else you do. Have you looked at an iPad? You can still get great TV content and they ...
Turn off the TV and be firm but explain how important it is to do other things. Don't just say "no TV, go outside". IMO, you should redirect with ...
Netflix has made a lot of bad decisions recently, and they have taken the liberty to retire heaps of content. Now interestingly Netflix has different ...
Q: What do you buy for the Minecraft fan in your biome this Christmas?
A: My boys are just getting into Minecraft, and whilst travelling recently we spotted a Lego Minecraft builder set that they went nuts over, again as ...3 years ago
Q: Do country-specific restrictions on streamed TV encourage teens to 'bootleg'?
A: Being in Australia, it is fair to say that we get the some of the least exposure to media content, both on TV and at the movies and without any 'in ...3 years ago
Q: Should we ask our children’s permission before posting about them on Facebook?
A: Great question Heidi!! I post things on our #fourlittletesters blog all the time, and whilst I try to parentally sensor all content and only post ...3 years ago
Q: How can i change my sons mind about the TV? He doesn't want to turn it off. What can I do to change his mind so he doesn't like it as much?
A: You definitely need to limit the TV time regardless of anything else you do. Have you looked at an iPad? You can still get great TV content and they ...3 years ago
Q: Dora and Diego off Netflix! Is this totally disrupting anyone else's life??
A: Netflix has made a lot of bad decisions recently, and they have taken the liberty to retire heaps of content. Now interestingly Netflix has different ...3 years ago
Q: Will there come a time when its acceptable for parents to Microchip their kids?
A: We have lost our children in one way or another over the years, and with 4 it is very hard (when alone) to keep an eye on them at all times. Most ...3 years ago
Q: Good book recommendations for a 9 year old with a reading age of 14?
A: Diary of a wimpy kid is an obvious series that is much loved by my 8 & 9 YO Asterix and Tin Tin series are a popular favourite Horrible Histories, ...4 years ago
Q: My 6-year-old niece loves fashion, are there any good websites or apps to help her design her own clothes?
A: For a fashion enthused 6 year old there can only be one app that comes to mind. Toca Tailor by Toca boca, works on iPhone and iPad, on first ...4 years ago
Q: Should we ditch the TV for good?
A: We have reduced our 'TV' consumption a lot recently, when our Projector broke. Due to the cost of the bulb and the paid cable TV service, we pretty ...4 years ago
Q: What's the one app every child should download?
A: Scribblenauts! It is singularly the most played game ever by all my older kids. Kids find it super fun and they expand their Imagination, Vocabulary, ...4 years ago
Q: Are there any good pre-writing iPad apps for pre-schoolers?
A: Letter School is a particular favourite for getting your child associated with letters and number writing....lots of fun!4 years ago
Q: Which creative apps would you suggest for a 5 year-old kid ?
A: Creativity comes in many app forms: Scribblenauts, Eden, Foldify, Faces iMake, Draw with Carl, Puppet Workshop, Toca Tailor, Bug Builder, Paint my ...4 years ago
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