Parents Guide of las vegas
If Fox produced this movie, it would likely be loaded with sex and violence, but the charms of Caan and a sweet story make this family-friendly flick worth a look. Families can talk about how gambling is depicted here and whether it’s a fun way to spend money.
This is a heartwarming story of a young woman’s quest to find her birth mother. It is also a reminder to stay vigilant about internet safety and privacy.
For a little bit of Vegas without the Strip, take the kids to the Valley of Fire State Park. There’s lots to do, including hiking and exploring the park’s natural landscapes.
If you’re looking for something a little more thrilling, try soaring through the sky at Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving. The experience is available for ages 8 and up.
This article was written by Kerry Bennett, a freelance writer who covers media from both the journalist and parent perspective. She believes that parents have a unique and important role in teaching their children media literacy. She is a contributor for several family-oriented publications and has been writing for Parent Previews for over 15 years. She is the author of two children’s books and lives in Phoenix, AZ with her husband and two sons.