Author: Anllelic Lozada

The 10 Most Popular Things for Teens in 2019, According to Fuse Marketing Agency

Fuse, a marketing agency specializing in reaching teens and young adults, has released a new report on teens. At the start of a new year, it’s valuable for marketers to consider what is most popular with teens. So to kick the year off, Fuse asked 1,000 about their favorite things. 1.Social Media: Snapchat appears to be […]

[Video] Ford will Bring Drunk Driving Simulator Suits to the “Teens & Me” Event in Miami on Saturday, January 26th

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, Ford Motor Company would like to emphasize one of the most important ways we can protect both ourselves and our loved ones year round; wearing safety belts. The Abrochate por Amor (Buckle Up for Love) safety program will be previewed at the Los Tweens & Teens “Teens & Me” event on Saturday, […]

[Video] Anti-Bullying Group Be Strong Launches Resilience Program for U.S. Schools

Be Strong – a national non-profit organization focused on preventing bullying through student-led youth empowerment – today announced it is launching an eight-week Resilience Program (http://bestrong.global/participate/resilience-program/) for schools throughout the U.S. Importantly, with school faculties short on time and resources but welcoming much-needed support to address productive ways to counter bullying, Be Strong’s social and […]

Complete Programming for “Teens & Me” Event in Miami January 26th, Sponsored by Ford

Teen anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health conditions that arise during adolescence, and parenting or mentoring teens requires a set of skills caregivers often find themselves missing or needing to improve. We here at Los Tweens & Teens, often produce content featuring experts around this subject with and we are now SUPER excited […]

[Video] 100 Teens Will Live a Transformational Experience Thanks to Disney and Essence Magazine

Since 2008, Walt Disney World Resort has provided all-expenses-paid trips to more than 1,100 students, plus a parent or guardian, to participate in the annual Disney Dreamers Academy. Students are selected from thousands of applicants who answered a series of essay questions about their personal stories and dreams for the future. The program, now in […]

[Giveaway] 7 Reasons Teens (and You!) Should Include Lemon in Your Skincare Routine

We have partners with Clean & Clear to bring for this article, but as always, our expressions are our own. *** Scroll Down For Giveaway *** The lemon, the fruit that in addition to highlight the flavor of some dishes and seasoning salads, can heal wounds and we can even occupy it as a beauty […]

Could Bedtime Math Have Positive Long-Term Effects on Children’s Math Performance?

According to Dr Sian Beilock, a cognitive scientist and the president of Barnard College, many Americans experience math anxiety – whether it’s calculating a tip on a dinner bill as your friends look on or doing math homework with your child. When parents are apprehensive about math, their children’s math achievement in school can suffer. A […]

Join Us in Our First-Ever LIVE Event, “Teens & Me,” on January 26th in Miami

Teen anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health conditions that arise during adolescence, and parenting or mentoring teens requires a set of skills caregivers often find themselves missing or needing to improve. The team here at Los Tweens & Teens (http://www.lostweens.com), the bilingual e-magazine for the years after kindergarten and before college, often […]

[ASK LINA] How many gifts should I give my kids during the holidays?

Ask Lina is a special editorial series where we invite you to send us your parenting questions in the comments below and our teen & tween emotional expert, Lina Acosta Sandaal, gives you tips that will help you navigate these crucial “in-between years.” Originally Posted in StopParentingAlone.com If we think carefully, many gifts and traditions […]

“Off The Grid” Board Game was Developed by a 9-year-old Encourages Tweens to Play without Screens

Limiting screen time is linked with improved cognition in children, as reported in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health. Furthermore, The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends increasing play time with their “Play Every Day” guidelines, stating that playing with parents and friends is crucial to childhood health and development. Alarmingly, electronic screens are causing irreversible eye […]

Code Ninjas Hosting Free Holiday Hack-A-Thons for Kids Ages 7-14

Code Ninjas teaches children ages 7-14 to code by building their own video games in a fun, safe, and inspiring environment. With a robust, nine-belt curriculum inspired by martial arts, Code Ninjas keeps kids engaged, while parents see their children gain life-changing STEM skills. We recommend: [Video] Exclusive Interview with “The People’s Engineer” Brianne C […]

[Video] New Partnership will Educate Teachers to Include Coding and Robotics Into the Classroom

Today, 42 percent of principals cite inadequate training as a barrier to expanding computer science offerings within their schools.  Coding and robotics provide an exciting opportunity for  educators to integrate hands-on, creative learning experiences into their classrooms. National nonprofit AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), developer of the college-readiness system now used by more than 6,400 schools across […]

[Video] 8 of the Hottest Toys for Tweens According to Chris Byrne’s, Author of “Toy Time”

Whether delivered in traditional toys or products driven by advanced technology, toys that keep kids and their imaginations at the center of the play experience. With increasing emphasis on value and play value, how do parents pick toys that will create outstanding play experiences for their kids? That’s one of the big questions heading into […]

[Video] 5 Prime Opportunities to Maximize Connection with Your Kids in the Holidays

The holiday season is supposed to be all about family time, but true bonding can be lost in the holiday shuffle—whether it’s the stress of seemingly endless holiday prep, constant interference from our mobile devices, or something else. We recommend: This New Summer Camp Offers Quality Time for Gransparents & Grandchildren in National Parks Here […]