Update on Gryphon Wifi Router

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Last week I mentioned Gryphon, the new wifi router and parental control app that can help parents keep their kids safe online.

Frankly, there’s good reason to get a safety net in place: Most children are exposed to the internet at the age of 6, and 70% of children see inappropriate content by accident.

Gryphon Wifi Router with Parental Control App

In just 2 weeks, Gryphon is more than 75% to the funding goal on Kickstarter! It has been featured in some awesome publications:

Publications featuring Gryphon wifi router
If you have not reserved one, it’s not too late. Go grab a Gryphon on Kickstarter now!

The early bird special has been extended through Nov. 6, 2016. Help them reach their goal and everyone will receive 1 FREE year of intrusion detection and whole house malware filtering ($49 value).

Don’t play around with your child’s safety online–do everything you can to keep them safe TODAY!

Kids and Technology: Gryphon Wifi Router

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This post is sponsored by Gryphon. Once upon a time, we had no filters on our internet. Our wifi was securely protected with a password, and our kids had to have me enter the password each time they accessed the internet on our family laptop. I was able to carefully supervise and limit each … [Continue reading...]

A Letter to My Teen Son

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I've always tried to tell my kids how much I love and appreciate them, but as they get older, they don't have time for all that mushy stuff. So today I'm writing a letter to one of my teen boys to let him know just how important he is to me. Thank you to Yoplait Go Big for inspiring me to write … [Continue reading...]

HoliMaths X: Multiplication Card Game

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It is commonly expected that students will work hard and memorize the math facts by a certain age. If those pesky facts aren't mastered at the "right" time, the child is obviously not working hard enough, right? Wrong. Every child learns differently. While one student may easily memorize math … [Continue reading...]

Heirloom Audio: Historical Audio Dramas

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Historical audio drama

One of my goals as a homeschool mom is to bring history to life for my children. After all, reading dry textbooks and completing boring assignments is not usually an effective way to develop a love of history. Yes, we do use a history textbook or curriculum as a spine, but I love to add in plenty … [Continue reading...]

CTC Math: Online Math Curriculum (Grades 1-12)

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CTC Math

Math was a painful subject in our family for a year or two. Tears and frustration became all too common--something I had wanted never to happen in our homeschool. Because my children already dreaded math, things only escalated when I had to reteach a concept or require any corrections. Bad … [Continue reading...]