It’s almost your child’s birthday. You’ve bought their gifts, gotten a list of their friends from school, and now you’re down the home stretch with just one thing remaining - a birthday theme. Here at Ukatsu, we celebrate a bunch of kids’ birthdays every month, each with it’s own theme. We’ve seen themes like Mario, Smash Ultimate, Minecraft, and League of Legends, but our most popular theme is Fortnite. Ever since we started having birthday parties at Ukatsu, we’ve seen a plethora of different Fortnite-themed decorations and party favors, ranging from Gatorade Slurp Juices, to V-Buck cookies, to Supply Drop cakes and so much more. This week, we’ve collected a list of our 9 favorite Fortnite DIY’s you can use at your child’s next birthday party!
As the second League of Legends season winds down for Ukatsu High School eSports, it’s important to remember the lessons learned from both coaches and students. We asked the coaches and students from this season to share their experiences and takeaways that go beyond a competitive esports environment and into our everyday lives.
How much time does your child spend playing video games, scrolling through social media, or browsing the internet? In a 2016 study by Common Sense, “8- to 12-year-olds spend an average of about four and a half hours a day (4:36) with screen media, while teens spend just over six and a half hours a day with screens (6:40).” This is a staggering and highly concerning amount - between 16-27% of your child’s day is spent just in front of a screen! While using electronics has many benefits for education and exercise, the study also found that most of the time spent in front of a screen was to watch TV and videos and to listen to music. For these reasons, limiting your child’s screen time is an extremely important key to helping them live a healthy life. In this article, we’ll be talking about ways to monitor and limit the screen time in your family’s daily life.
Snapchat an extremely popular messaging and social media platform primarily used to send photos, videos, and Boomerangs to either a single person or a group of people. This medium is enticing to younger audiences , as it allows them to send content that includes themselves to other people, often adding a facial expression or some other personal touch that enhances the conversation. In this week’s post, we’ll be discussing Snapchat’s Messaging, Story, Map, and Discover features, as well as ways to ensure your child’s safety while using this platform.