Excessive screen time is becoming a distressing problem in Australian households. And the stats look scary.Details
The wearable industry is booming and kids are keen to participate. Children are asking their parents to buy them a smartwatch and parents are wondering which smartwatch is the best pick for their family. Read this article to find out which one fits your needs best.Details
Handling screen addiction as a parent can be tough. We sat down with Sydney dad Matthew Ferro who shares his success story with us. Learn how he managed to solve his son’s screen addiction for the benefit of the entire family.Details
If your answer is yes, don’t worry, you’re not alone. A recent study has shown that many Australian parents are more afraid of social media and technology than alcohol or drugs. Read here why your kids should still get familiar with the digital space.Details
It doesn’t always have to be structured sports but exercising has staggering benefits for your kids’ health. With childhood obesity on the rise in Australia, we want to promote these benefits. Read here the three main reasons why your kids should move more.Details
Ever heard of the term keyboard warriors? They’re cyberbullies who hide behind a screen and harass users on the web anonymously. They also make many parents with kids online tremble. Read here how to guarantee a kid-friendly online experience for your kids.Details
With the latest Australian Child Health Poll results in, it might seem all too familiar to most families out there, that trying to control daily screen time limits and incorporating physical activity into a child’s day is becoming quite a challenge in most households.Details
With excessive screen time causing constant conflict and distress in half of all Australian families, it is no wonder parents are left feeling helpless and overwhelmed when it comes to trying to control technology usage in the home. It’s not only the conflict that is concerning parents, but the impact it is having on…Details
In every adult there lies a big kid, and for Aimee Atkins, there lies a very big kid, on a very big mission.
I always knew that one-day I would build a global children’s company. It would be the output of my unique ability to merge a hilarious streak for fun and entertainment with a deep mission to inspire the growth of healthy, happy kids globally.Details
This year I was asked to give a keynote speech at Sydney’s Amazon Web Services Summit (it has always been a bucket-list dream of mine). I never thought the opportunity would come so soon, but then again, dreams do have a habit of coming true when you are busy smashing goals.Details
On the 11th March 2017 the ELANATION team collaborated with the Manly Warringah Little Athletics Club down at the Narrabeen Australian Institute of Sport. The day was a huge success with all Little A members and parents learning how the ETURBO encourages a healthy physical-digital play experience for families.Details
For most of us, digital media is a normal part of our daily lives. We use it to learn and to entertain ourselves…we even use it to communicate with each other. Children are early adopters and if your kids are like most, they’ll navigate their way around a new app before breakfast is even finished.
So, how much time is too much time for our children?Details
“If I hop on a plane will I get my steps up?”
Building a community of kids that have a fun and rewarding experience within Elanation was always our team’s vision. This is why we made sure our customers (children) were a part of our design, development and execution process every step of the way.Details