Stranger Danger: How Parents can Keep their Kids Safe Online

Children are susceptible to at least one cyber-risk, from cyberbullying to video game addiction, to offline meetings, and to online sexual behaviour.

6 Educational Game Apps for your Child to Learn as They Play

Check out some of the top educational games apps that your kids can enjoy and benefit from.

How to Protect your child from being Cyberbullied

The technological boom has facilitated the rise of a new threat called cyberbullying, which parents must now learn to navigate.

Is YouTube Kids Actually Safe for Kids?

Disturbing scenes from knock-off animations were created and uploaded on YouTube Kids. Titles containing children’s favourite cartoon characters were used, baiting unsuspecting kids to click on these videos.

The Digital-Age Dilemma: Control or Cultivate Smart Device Behaviour?

With the countless benefits brought by the digital age, how can parents help their kids know when they need to switch “off”?

Mobile Phone Myths Busted: What do Mummies Say About Mobile Phones?

We all have unfounded fears when it comes to using our mobile phones. Thinking charging your phone overnight will cause it to explode? Here are common phone myths busted.

Don’t be Live Bait: How to Recognise and Prevent Phishing

Scammers use phishing in an attempt to obtain personal and sensitive information like banking details, usernames or passwords, and credit card details.

Caught in the (Inter)net

The Internet is an escape from reality and an entrance to the virtual world for many of us. Including our kids.

A Parent’s Handy Guide on What Should and Shouldn’t be Shared by Kids on Social Media

Research says 95% of kids are active on social media apps with texting, microblogging, chatting and dating by easily surpassing the age limit restrictions. Sharing is their version of fun, but what kids don’t know is that oversharing can lead to pitfalls.

The 4 Parenting Styles and their effects on kids

The way we parent differs from one parent to another, and it influences the way our children are brought up.