KidsEmail.org is a safe email service for kids and families. Your kids can now have a safe email account while allowing parents to be aware of any correspondence their children send and receive.
You supervise your children when they go outside to play. Do you know who is contacting your child inside of your home?
Above is a video that tells you just a little bit about KidsEmail.org and how it all works. I'd never heard of it before I partnered with them on this post. But now that I have am pretty excited to start using it for my kids. Registration is easy and you can start with a free trial account to make sure KidsEmail.org is the right choice for you. Simply enter your email address and your preferred password. An email will be promptly sent to you with an the activation link. After your account is activated you will be taken to your Parental Control Panel where you can begin to add accounts for your children.
During this step you will enter the desired username you'd like to have for your child's email address as well as the password for that email account. You can also designate how the child's name will appear in other peoples' inbox as well as if your child is a boy or a girl. (These options are not required however.) Then there is an option if you have older children to give them a more "grown-up" interface for their email accounts. This is perfect for children in their pre-teen and teen years. (This is a setting that can be changed at any time, so don't feel like you have to start out with this option.) The next step is to edit their Safety Settings and indicate just how much freedom you want them to have with their account.
I really liked that for my daughter she can even have a princess themed inbox. It really made her feel like the program was made just for her. And now I can let her be a big girl and email our family that lives out of town. One of the features I like best about the program is that as a parent I can specify an exact list of contacts for each of my kids if I so choose. And this is perfect for my 8-year old daughter because I don't want her accidentally emailing anyone other than family or close friends.
You and your kids can access KidsEmail.org on iOS, Android and Web platforms. Perfect for sharing with friends and family while you're on the go!
KidsEmail is free to try for the first 30 days with no obligation. They don't even require a credit card during the trial period so there is nothing to cancel, and you don't have to worry about receiving a bill for forgetting to cancel like some trial offers.
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