My 9 year old son has been on the computer and playing his educational games since he was 3 years old. Because of him being an adolescent, it’s important for my husband and I to be observant of the websites he visits and which games he plays. I wouldn’t say that I am overprotective but when using the computer in my home there are rules.
As you all know, the internet and modern technology plays an important role in our lives. As parents, we use it everyday as a form of communication, networking, internet games and even work. It’s honestly something that we now do without much hesitation. As for our children and having access to computers, tablets or cellphones we must rely on the best software, services and apps to keep them protected from any harm doing or doers.
Just recently, I was speaking to my husband about letting our youngest son have an email account. We kinda tossed up the idea thinking that it would be a great way for him to communicate with us and his friends. Some might think that a 9 year old would be still too young to have an email account although you might be right if your planning to set up a gmail or yahoo account for them.
But what would you say if I told you that this great company called Kids Email. Org specializes in protecting your children and still giving them their freedom. I think I heard you say, Yes tell me more!
Kidsemail.org allows you as a parent to set up an email account for your child that is totally kid friendly and the best part is you can try it out for Free!
First you begin by registering your information and activating your account. Once that has been completed then you can start adding your children’s names to the account . Please be aware when setting up your children’s names, choose a fitting name as this will be shown in receivers inbox.
You also have an option to change the look and settings if you have an older child that might have less rules or restrictions. You can choose the fun and colorful backgrounds that are suitable for children or pre-teens.
Next is setting up for safe emails. Parents can choose for their children to receive only from contact list and parents can choose to receive an incoming message as well. You can also choose to remove incoming links, pictures, attachments and even emails with bad words. As a parent, you could also set up “your grounded” rule, which means the child can not access his or her email until it’s lifted by the date you choose or time. Loving that feature! This also goes for time restrictions when your child could actually access his email account. Pretty neat!
Email for Kids is the best option available for parents to start their children with their very own email address.
Lastly, as a parent you have that option to block email accounts and view their activity log.
Overall, I believe that Kidsemail.org covered every angle of protection for your children while they are using their very own email address. It really does give parents some peace of mind knowing that their children are protected and can be monitored each day without them being aware of it.
This email service allows your children to be productive and learn how to carefully access emails, send to friends and family and still feel just important as mom and dad.
It’s a great service to have and you can try it for FREE!
To learn more about Kids Email (dot) Org, please visit them on their website.
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