Kids Unplugged

Kids Unplugged Author Felicity French
ISBN-10 1441319964
Release 2016-01-01
Pages 64
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Tired of the younguns being wired? Set aside their tablets, phones, and computers and immerse them in the world of Kids Unplugged: Animal Adventures! Young adventurers can learn about creatures large and small as they work their way through the puzzles and activities in these pages. Whether theyre at home or on the road, this book is sure to engage and educate without using the net! This activity book includes:



Kids Unplugged

Kids Unplugged Author Inc Peter Pauper Press
ISBN-10 1441319972
Release 2016-07-01
Pages 64
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Tired of the younguns being wired? Set aside their tablets, phones, and computers and have them take a dive into Kids Unplugged! In these fun-filled activity books, young adventurers will learn about the natural world and all the amazing creatures in it as they work their way through the puzzles and activities. Whether theyre at home or on the go, this book is sure to engage and educate without using the net! 64 pages for hours of fun. Plenty of nature facts to make this book fun and educational. Puzzlesincluding word searches, complete-the-pictures, and more. Coloring and drawing pages. Ideas for hands-on activities. Fill-in-the-blank prompt pages to exercise kids imaginations.



Kids Unplugged Astronomy Activity Book

Kids Unplugged Astronomy Activity Book Author Peter Pauper Press, Inc.
ISBN-10 1441324208
Release 2017-06-26
Pages 64
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Blast off on an epic space adventure through our solar system and beyond! Learn about space stations, stars, planets, and more as you trek through puzzles, activities, coloring pages, and more. Map you own solar system. Make planets out of food (that's right!). Create your own alien language. More than 35 activities -- hours of fun. Includes drawing activities, origami, dot-to-dots, and more! You'll also find ideas for hands-on activities. Fill-in-the-blank prompted pages will spark imaginations. 8-1/2 inches wide by 11 inches high -- perfect for travel! Whether a young backyard astronomer or an on-the-go kid voyager, this book is sure to engage . . . no electronic device required! Recommended for ages 6 and up. 64 pages.



Kids Unplugged Fashion Activity Book

Kids Unplugged Fashion Activity Book Author Inc Peter Pauper Press
ISBN-10 1441322787
Release 2017-01-06
Pages 64
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Tired of the kids being wired? Set aside those devices and immerse them in the world of fashion with this analog activity book! 64 pages for hours of fun. Puzzles -- including word searches, complete-the-pictures, and more. Drawing and coloring pages. Ideas for hands-on activities. Fill-in-the-blank prompted pages to spark their imaginations. 8-1/2 inches wide by 11 inches high -- perfect for travel. Recommended for ages 6 and up.



Unplugged

Unplugged Author Donna Freitas
ISBN-10 9780062118622
Release 2016-06-21
Pages 448
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In the tradition of M. T. Anderson’s Feed and Scott Westerfeld’s Uglies, Unplugged is the first in a provocative and compelling new series from acclaimed author Donna Freitas. Humanity is split into a dying physical world for the poor and an extravagant virtual world for the wealthy. Years ago, Skylar Cruz crossed over to the App World for a chance at a better life, and her family stayed behind in the Real World. Now Skye is a virtual teenager, surrounded by glamorous apps and expensive downloads—yet she’s never felt like she fits in, and all she wants is to see her mother and sister again. Skye is desperate and ready to risk everything to unplug from the App World. But she soon learns that the only person she can trust—in either world, including friends and family—is herself.



Parenting Unplugged

Parenting Unplugged Author Dr Cindy Bunin-Nurik
ISBN-10 9781462056033
Release 2012-02
Pages 172
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Unplug and Get Connected! Dr. Cindy Bunin aka Dr. Buttinsky shows busy parents how to unplug and get connected to their children - toddlers through teens. Unplugged time means being present when you are interacting with your child, regardless of his or her age. Children quickly become attuned to the times their parents aren't paying attention. Therefore, it is necessary to let your children know that you really care, by being attentive and listening to what they have to say. This no-holds barred, straightforward, practical guide provides over 365 fun, exciting and simple ways for parents to unplug and reconnect with their children. You will not be reading pages and pages of overwhelming research, and still be left without the answers you are searching for. When you are fi nished reading this book, you will have the knowledge that you need to live in this technological world and know how and why it is important to connect with your children. Technology is a very important part of our lives, but it has its place and must be kept in check. Parents need to encourage their children as well, to unplug from technology and get back to basics, like playing outside, doing arts and crafts, engaging in physical activities, and reading. "Commit to being unplugged one hour a day, spending focused and connected time with your children. You will be so happy you did!.."......Dr. Cindy



Unplugged Play

Unplugged Play Author Bobbi Conner
ISBN-10 9780761152729
Release 2007-07-18
Pages 516
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From the joy of smearing glue on paper to the screaming delight of a bubble-blowing relay, kids love to play. In fact, it's every kid's built-in tool for experiencing the world at large. A parent-friendly encyclopedia, UNPLUGGED PLAY ("A wonderful guide," says Daniel Goleman) offers hundreds and hundreds of battery-free, screen-free, chirp-and-beep-free games and fun variations that stretch the imagination, spark creativity, building strong bodies, and forge deep friendships...and keep kids busy at the table while mom or dad makes dinner.



Doug Unplugged

Doug Unplugged Author Dan Yaccarino
ISBN-10 9780307979667
Release 2013-02-12
Pages 40
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Doug is a robot. His parents want him to be smart, so each morning they plug him in and start the information download. After a morning spent learning facts about the city, Doug suspects he could learn even more about the city by going outside and exploring it. And so Doug . . . unplugs. What follows is an exciting day of adventure and discovery. Doug learns amazing things by doing and seeing and touching and listening—and above all, by interacting with a new friend. Dan Yaccarino's funny story of robot rebellion is a great reminder that sometimes the best way to learn about the world is to go out and be in it.



Unplug Your Kids

Unplug Your Kids Author David Dutwin
ISBN-10 9781440518362
Release 2008-12-01
Pages 256
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TV. Web Surfing. IMing. Text Messaging. Video Games. iPods. Kids today are plugged into so much, so much of the time, it’s hard to keep track. But parents do know this much: It’s too much, already! In this book, parent and scholar David Dutwin, Ph.D., shows parents everywhere how to cut the digital cord and free their children to play and learn the old-fashioned way - actively! Organized in three sections, this practical, prescriptive book offers a balanced - and realistic - approach for every age, including how to: introduce toddlers to TV - or not; let little kids use computers; control pre-teens’ online access; evaluate the pros and cons of video games; filter the Internet for teens; combat the impact of the media; and counteract all that sex and violence. This guide arms parents with all the tricks and tools they need to make sure their kids remain happy, healthy, active, and aware, no matter how pervasive the digital world we live in becomes.



Entertaining Unplugged Children

Entertaining Unplugged Children Author Christine Grant
ISBN-10 9781532007583
Release 2016-10-14
Pages 124
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Entertaining Unplugged Children was written to assist parents and children in their quest to find entertaining things to do when children are unplugged from the various technologies. Outdoor play with a lot of kids and indoor things with a few children are covered. Being unplugged does not necessarily mean doing physical activities, so quiet activities are also explored—from kids’ songs to nursery rhymes and prayers. There are even a few arts and craft activities, but that would be another book in itself! Have fun learning, sharing, or revisiting things that you might have done growing up.



Unplug

Unplug Author J. D. Ph D. Strohman
ISBN-10 1483429547
Release 2015-07-07
Pages 98
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"The first step is admitting you have a problem. Packed with effective strategies to rein in technology addiction, Unplug provides empowering hope to anyone who fears technology is compromising our children or consuming our lives." - Dr. Susan Wilder, MD, Founder of LifeScape Medical Associates. "It's a whole new world. As someone that has spent 23 years in law enforcement investigating some of the most horrific crimes perpetrated by the users of new technology, I found this book to be an invaluable reference for parents raising children in today's complex digital environment." - Joe LeDuc, Police Lieutenant and former investigative supervisor for Internet crimes against children



How Things Work Unplugged Unraveled and Revealed

How Things Work  Unplugged  Unraveled  and Revealed Author T. J. Resler
ISBN-10 9781426325557
Release 2016-09-15
Pages 208
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Ever wanted to take apart the microwave to see how it works? Crack open your computer and peek inside? Intrigued by how things work? So are we! That's why we're dissecting all kinds of things from rubber erasers to tractor beams! Read along as National Geographic Kids unplugs, unravels, and reveals how things do what they do.



365 unplugged family fun activities a year s worth of ideas

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Unplugged

Unplugged Author Ryan G. Van Cleave
ISBN-10 9780757313622
Release 2010-06-01
Pages 322
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WARNING: This video game may impair your judgment. It may cause sleep deprivation, alienation of friends and family, weight loss or gain, neglect of one's basic needs as well as the needs of loved ones and/or dependents, and decreased performance on the job. The distinction between fantasy and reality may become blurred. Play at your own risk. Not responsible for suicide attempts, whether failed or successful. No such warning was included on the latest and greatest release from the Warcraft series of massive multiplayer on-line role-playing games (MMORPGs)--World of Warcraft (WoW). So when Ryan Van Cleave--a college professor, husband, father, and one of the 11.5 million Warcraft subscribers worldwide--found himself teetering on the edge of the Arlington Memorial Bridge, he had no one to blame but himself. He had neglected his wife and children and had jeopardized his livelihood, all for the rush of living a life of high adventure in a virtual world. Ultimately, Ryan decided to live, but not for the sake of his family or for a newly found love of life: he had to get back home for his evening session of Warcraft. A fabulously written and gripping tale, Unplugged takes us on a journey through Ryan's semi-reclusive life with video games at the center of his experiences. Even when he was sexually molested by a young school teacher at age eleven, it was the promise of a new video game that lured him to her house. As Ryan's life progresses, we witness the evolution of videogames--from simple two-button consoles to today's complicated multi-key technology, brilliantly designed to keep the user actively participating. As is the case with most recovering addicts, Ryan eventually hits rock bottom and shares with the reader his ongoing battle to control his impulses to play, providing prescriptive advice and resources for those caught in the grip of this very real addiction.



The Winter of Our Disconnect

The Winter of Our Disconnect Author Susan Maushart
ISBN-10 9781459623576
Release 2011-06-28
Pages 380
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For any parent who's ever IM-ed their child to the dinner table - or yanked the modem from its socket in a show of primal parental rage - this account of one family's self-imposed exile from the Information Age will leave you ROFLing with recognition. But it will also challenge you to take stock of your own family connections, to create a media ecology that encourages kids - and parents - to thrive. When journalist and commentator Susan Maushart first decided to pull the plug on all electronic media at home, she realised her children would have sooner volunteered to go without food, water or hair products. At ages 14, 15 and 18, her daughters and son didn t use media. They inhabited media. Just exactly as fish inhabit a pond. Gracefully. Unblinkingly. And utterly without consciousness or curiosity as to how they got there. Susan s experiment with her family was a major success and she found that having less to communicate with, her family is communicating more. At the simplest level, The Winter of Our Disconnect is the story of how one family survived six months of wandering through the desert, digitally speaking, and the lessons learned about themselves and technology along the way. At the same time, their story is a channel to a wider view - into the impact of new media on the lives of families, into the very heart of the meaning of home.



Making It Work

Making It Work Author Hirokazu Yoshikawa
ISBN-10 9781610445658
Release 2006-12-07
Pages 448
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Low-skilled women in the 1990s took widely different paths in trying to support their children. Some held good jobs with growth potential, some cycled in and out of low-paying jobs, some worked part time, and others stayed out of the labor force entirely. Scholars have closely analyzed the economic consequences of these varied trajectories, but little research has focused on the consequences of a mother’s career path on her children’s development. Making It Work, edited by Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Thomas Weisner, and Edward Lowe, looks past the economic statistics to illustrate how different employment trajectories affect the social and emotional lives of poor women and their children. Making It Work examines Milwaukee’s New Hope program, an experiment testing the effectiveness of an anti-poverty initiative that provided health and child care subsidies, wage supplements, and other services to full-time low-wage workers. Employing parent surveys, teacher reports, child assessment measures, ethnographic studies, and state administrative records, Making It Work provides a detailed picture of how a mother’s work trajectory affects her, her family, and her children’s school performance, social behavior, and expectations for the future. Rashmita Mistry and Edward D. Lowe find that increases in a mother’s income were linked to higher school performance in her children. Without large financial worries, mothers gained extra confidence in their ability to parent, which translated into better test scores and higher teacher appraisals for their children. JoAnn Hsueh finds that the children of women with erratic work schedules and non-standard hours—conditions endemic to the low-skilled labor market—exhibited higher levels of anxiety and depression. Conversely, Noemi Enchautegui-de-Jesus, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and Vonnie McLoyd discover that better job quality predicted lower levels of acting-out and withdrawal among children. Perhaps most surprisingly, Anna Gassman-Pines, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and Sandra Nay note that as wages for these workers rose, so did their marriage rates, suggesting that those worried about family values should also be concerned with alleviating poverty in America. It is too simplistic to say that parental work is either “good” or “bad” for children. Making It Work gives a nuanced view of how job quality, flexibility, and wages are of the utmost importance for the well-being of low-income parents and children.



Statistics Unplugged

Statistics Unplugged Author Sally Caldwell
ISBN-10 9781285402581
Release 2012-07-24
Pages 384
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Learn statistics the easy way with STATISTICS UNPLUGGED! Written in a friendly, easy-to-understand style, this practical book takes the intimidation out of statistics and helps you understand the relevance of statistics to your own life. Interesting examples throughout the book allow you to see what is really going on with the numbers instead of being overwhelmed by the numbers themselves. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.