We're making our rounds on nationwide back to school specials. Our latest was Tampa Bay's Morning Blend. Air Date: 8/18.
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A necessary part of your child's 2020 school supplies.
Times are changing. The way your child talks with their friends. The way your child learns. And the way they get entertainment. Having the right tools to empower them to do this the right way is the best thing you can do as a parent in the digital age.
Technology helps with diverse learning abilities.
There are many upsides to technology in classrooms. Educators have more flexibility in adapting to various learning needs while ensuring that each individual's needs are met. But, with more screen time comes the need for eyewear that prevents headaches and eye strain.
Nationally recognized on WBRC
The wonderful people at WBRC in Birmingham have decided to feature us thanks to a local eye shop owner, Kris Childs, setting up the interview. It was great discussing a problem young children face and how we are trying to help!
We've joined classrooms around the world to support the new age "digital classroom."
Blue Light Kids partners with smart teachers using technology in their classrooms to prevent headaches and sleep issues for their children as schools adopt more and more technology.
Parents just like you are encouraging more learning at home through the use of new technology.
Screen time doesn't have to be evil. Especially when it comes to child development. As a responsible parent, just make sure that you're doing screen time when appropriate, and that you're ensuring your kiddos are properly equipped!
What are experts saying?
“The more research we do, the more evidence we have that excess artificial light at night can have a profound, deleterious effect on many aspects of human health", says Czeisler, who is also a director of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School. “It is a growing public health concern". (Source: WebMD)