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Doggyland: Snoop Dogg Takes His Talents To YouTube To Educate Kids With A New 3D Animated Series

Snoop Dogg is taking his talents to a new animated series to spread positivity into the lives of children. According to a press release, Snoop Dogg will join Claude Brooks, Emmy-nominated producer, and creator of the children’s franchise — Hip Hop Harry — and singer October London, for a 3D animated kids series titled Doggyland – Kids Songs & Nursery Rhymes. The show can be viewed on YouTube and YouTube Kids. Photo Credit: Doggyland Media LLC

Samantha Dorisca

Aug 24, 2022

Boost Your Child's Tech Knowledge with These 4 Software Apps

Are you concerned about how much time your child spends in front of a smartphone, tablet, or computer screen? While you should place limits on their total screen time, you can also help them make the most of that time by steering them towards educational software applications. Your child’s school may already use one or more such apps to complement their instruction. But if you find those lacking, or hope to guide your child more towards STEM-focused education , try one of the following software applications: BrainPop / BrainPop Jr. BrainPop is a subscription-based service that provides children (grades 4-12) with instructional content, including videos, games, and quizzes on various topics, including science and technology. BrainPop Jr. specifically curates material for children in grades K-3. Both BrainPop and BrainPop Jr. have been praised for the quality of their educational videos and their ease of use. Hopscotch-Programming for Kids Hopscotch teaches kids to code using a...


Oct 24, 2020

Eight Great Educational Technology Programs for Children

To prepare your child for the future , make sure they’re not just consuming digital media, but also are capable of creating, producing, and maintaining the very technology upon which the world relies. Consider supplementing your child’s coursework with an online program to help them understand technology and develop the skills they’ll need to compete. If you’re considering doing so, or currently looking for a program that fits your child’s interests and aptitude (as well as your budget), you’re sure to find a good fit on this list. CodeAcademy CodeAcademy does provide a comprehensive set of coding tutorials on a wide range of programming topics. As adults and children use the platform, it’s best recommended for high school students interested in web development, data science, or programming. freeCodeCamp This nonprofit produces video tutorials on a variety of coding languages that are available completely free. Like CodeAcademy, this may be a good option for motivated older students...


Sep 24, 2020

Nicholas Buamah, the Gift That Keeps on Giving

The holiday season has arrived, and perhaps, no one knows the joy of giving more than Nicholas Buamah. The eight-year-old phenom has recently developed an app to help children broaden their educational horizons through their vocabulary. The app serves as an extension of Buamah’s book series, “Kayla and Kyle the Walking Dictionaries,” enabling young readers to experience animated versions of their favorite twin characters. Buamah’s new app is one of many firsts for the young Georgia native, who was inducted into the Library of Congress Catalog for his first book of the series, “Kayla and Kyle, the Walking Dictionaries: Election Day.” Since then, Buamah has joined the daytime television show circuit, appearing on ABC’s “The View” and NBC’s “Steve Harvey,” and has met other famous faces, such as former President Jimmy Carter. Buamah was also recognized in his hometown when he received a proclamation from the Mayor of Snellville and Snellville’s City Council last August. Buamah wrote...

Emily Adeyanju

Dec 18, 2019