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Summer's here, the Web surfing's fine June 13, 2007 With vacation starting, some parents are grappling with the scourge of kids shunning the great outdoors for video games and the Net.Raising safe and smart Internet citizens
Going green, one crib at a time November 27, 2007 At Zwaggle.com, parents can trade in their kid gear. It's one of a growing list of sites encouraging people to swap rather than ditch their old stuff.
The ABCs of learning online July 9, 2007 Teaching toddlers online is getting easier, thanks to Starfall and other learning Web sites that are growing fast.
Start-up aims to ditch kids' training wheels April 27, 2006 GyroBike is rolling out a gyroscope/flywheel that fits into the front wheel of a bike and helps keep balance. Photos: Cool gizmos on display Video: A bicycle parents can trust
Software for kindergarten Beethovens May 14, 2007 Sibilius, known for its professional music composition software, has a new kids' version that can turn tykes into music sophisticates.Images: Kids get Groovy with Sibelius software
The Internet's new Dr. Spock? August 17, 2007 MIT media scholar Henry Jenkins shares expertise on technology's effect on kids, how games are replacing TV and YouTube-style politics.
Child's play on the Internet? October 11, 2006 Attorney Eric J. Sinrod says a recent case could ultimately make parents legally liable for the Internet misconduct of their kids.
Toy Fair '07: Is it cool to like science now? February 13, 2007 At the massive New York trade show, science toys are everywhere. But are educational pressures or legitimate kid interest at the root? Photos: Science is cool at Toy Fair
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