Parenting Teens

[VIDEO] “Camp Discovery” for ages 3-17 Among the New Upgrades Onboard Crown Princess Cruises

Sailing on a series of Mediterranean voyages for the 2018 summer season, Princess guests will return from touring ancient civilizations and historical museum collections to find new culinary offerings, upgraded accommodations, relaxing options in the Lotus Spa and more. After a summer in the Mediterranean, Crown Princess takes Princess guests to the Caribbean where award-winning shore excursions […]

[ASK LINA] 3 Keys to a Fun and Safe Summer with Teens & Tweens at Home

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 Children and parents alike look forward to the lazy […]

The 2018 Scholastic Summer Reading Online Challenge is Open for Tweens & Teens!

According to research from the Scholastic Kids & Family Reading Report™: 6th Edition, 80% of children ages 6–17 agree that summer reading will help them during the school year, yet, depending on age, as many as one in five kids do not read any books at all over the summer. To encourage kids to stay motivated […]

These 8 Sensory Tools Help Kids with Autism Manage Stress Better

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are a complex set of neurological disorders that severely impair social, communicative and cognitive functions. Many parents of children newly diagnosed with autism aren’t aware of the many tools that can help them and their child manage the stress in everyday activities that the disorder can create. In advance of Autism […]

Applications Open for S.T.E.M. Summer Program for New York-Area High School Girls

The NYU Tandon School of Engineering is now accepting applications for the Computer Science for Cyber Security (CS4CS) summer program, a free, three-week intensive introduction to computer science and cybersecurity for high school girls. A new major sponsorship by The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC), the premier post-trade market infrastructure for the global financial services industry, will enable […]

[VIDEO] This Mobile App Allows Students to Report Bullying Anonymously

Bullying is an epidemic in schools today, but Port Arthur ISD is taking the lead in ensuring students’ and parents’ concerns don’t go unnoticed. The 100 percent anonymous reporting tool allows students to ‘See Something, Do Something’, and encourages students to report on bullying, cyber bullying, harassment, dating violence, school threats, drug/alcohol usage, and other […]

3 Myths About “Florida Prepaid College Savings Plans” that will Make You Want to Act Now

The Florida PrePaid College Board is a Promotional Partner of Los Tweens & Teens. However, as always, all views are 100% our own.   ** Discount Promo Code Inside! ** When our ‘chiquitos’ are born, the world took on an entirely new meaning.  Our priorities changed, our view of the world changed and all we want […]

Short-Form STEM Series “What’s Good” Available Now On PBS Kids’ Digital Platforms For Parents

Brand Programming Studios (BP Studios), a strategic and creative content studio, founded by award winning Executive Producers Geoffrey DeStefano and Alejandro Lopez, is celebrating the launch of a new groundbreaking digital series of video shorts called What‘s Good. The six-episode digital series is about inspiration, information and the power of science. What’s Good introduces parents and caregivers to the […]

[VIDEO] Summer Enrollment Open for “App Development Camp” for Teens Ages 13-18

Asheville School wants to help teenagers from across the U.S. and abroad learn how to make apps this summer. The co-ed boarding and day school is offering a distinctive overnight and day camp in July that focuses on teaching kids how to write code, think critically, and make apps using Apple’s programming language – Swift. […]

[Video] Exclusive Interview with “The People’s Engineer” Brianne C Martin on Careers in S.T.E.M

We met Brianne C Martin, the self-proclaimed “People’s Engineer”, at Hispanicize Texas 2017 in Houston. Brianne is a Latina on a mission. She wants to encourage kids to study S.T.E.M. careers (science, tech, education & math) by sharing all the opportunities available in these industries – specially for multicultural kids. Basically, she shares how cool […]

[Miami Book Fair 2017 Young Adult Series] Samantha Mabry, Author of “All the Wind in the World”

Once again, we partnered with Miami Book Fair to highlight the childrens’, teens’ & tweens’ programming, which includes author book signing, games and even free books! In “Miami Book Fair 2017 Young Adult Readers Series” we are celebrating the authors who will be presenting their books for young adult readers in Miami during Nov 12-19th. Learn […]

[Miami Book Fair 2017 Young Adult Series] 5 Questions for Kim Dwinnell, Author of “Surfside Girls”

Once again, we partnered with Miami Book Fair to highlight the childrens’, teens’ & tweens’ programming, which includes author book signing, games and even free books! In “Miami Book Fair 2017 Young Adult Readers Series” we are celebrating the authors who will be presenting their books for young adult readers in Miami during Nov 12-19th. Learn […]

[Miami Book Fair 2017 Young Adult Series] 5 Questions for Kiersten White, Author of “Beanstalker and Other Hilarious Scaytales”

Once again, we partnered with Miami Book Fair to highlight the childrens’, teens’ & tweens’ programming, which includes author book signing, games and even free books! In “Miami Book Fair 2017 Young Adult Readers Series” we are celebrating the authors who will be presenting their books for young adult readers in Miami during Nov 12-19th. Learn […]