The 5s: Parent bloggers to follow on Twitter
By Nadia on December 11th, 2012
As we close out 2012, we’re looking back on the great things in social media and tech that caught our eye this year. We’re calling it The 5s! Today, it’s the 5 parent bloggers to follow on twitter.
I love Twitter. I have my TweetDeck open all day; it’s how I keep up with friends, news (breaking news, entertainment news, fashion news, etc.) cooking tips, and…parenting? No, I’m not a parent, but I find that parent bloggers are great resources for reading tips, tech tips, and fun family anecdotes. There are so many fantastic bloggers on Twitter, but five really stand out on my feed, and I’m always excited when I see a new post from one of them.
5 Parent bloggers to follow on twitter:
As her Twitter handle implies, Leticia knows all about technology and kids. She frequently links to interesting tech posts and participates in informative Twitter chats.
Here’s a cool tweet from @techsavvymama: “Do your kids really need an iPad? @playgrounddad asks & answers this very question! http://playgrounddad.com/do-your-kids-really-need-an-ipad/ …”
Melissa is a teacher, mom, and education blogger, and always has interesting tweets. She links to cool articles, posts great ideas for games and crafts, and tweets tips/suggestions for helping kids with reading and writing
Here’s a cool tweet from @ImaginationSoup: “Wacky Books Will Hook Reluctant Readers http://imaginationsoup.net/2012/12/wacky-books-will-hook-reluctant-readers/ …”
Amy tweets a little bit of everything: family life, learning, and much more. You can count on her for links for learning ideas, crafts, and family activities.
Michele is a good person to go to for app suggestions, tech tips, and tidbits about general family life. She also has fun ideas for family crafts and scrapbooking.
Allison has great tips for hands-on activities to keep kids learning and having fun. Besides tweeting about books, family life, and education, she also always has fun Instagram pictures!
Here’s a cool tweet from @NoFlashCards: “13 Recycled Christmas Crafts – http://www.notimeforflashcards.com/2012/12/recycled-christmas.html … http://fb.me/XIHlqoqV”
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