Top 5 links for parents 5/29-6/5

by ParentCo. June 05, 2015

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These family camping tips are going to come in handy this summer. (And the accompanying infographics are frame-worthy.)

The Legoizer will turn any image into a lego mural, complete with brick shopping list and instructions and it's awesome.  Greg Toppo, author of The Game Believes in You: How Digital Play Can Make Our Kids Smarter talks about his book and the place for video games in education- via NPR "We have, however, negotiated a 10 percent discount with a new company that offers virtual personal assistant services, just in case you want to outsource all of your forms." The Motherlode sums up the universal parental experience of filling out summer camp forms. "The problem is that young children have terrible taste and enjoy garbage." A hilarious and true examination of why maddeningly terrible children's books have endured. via Salon




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