Technology is a huge part of today’s society and it’s a great way for kids to practice writing and to keep in touch with family and friends who live outside their homes. However, a common problem with email servers is Spam and inappropriate advertising that often ends up in any inbox.
Members of the crew were given the opportunity to review A one-year subscription to Kids Email Safe Email for Kids, a safe, secure way for kids to email grandparents, siblings, friends, and parents while being protected from profanity, predators, viruses, and spam.
Features included with all accounts include:
Mail Monitoring: Parents are able to receive a copy of all incoming/outgoing email sent to/from the child.
Time Restrictions: Choose to restrict the times of the day and days of the week that your child can log in.
Contact Manager: Add family members and friends to your child’s contact list as well as restrict emails to/from anyone not on the approved contact list.
No Ads: KidsEmail.org does not sell advertising space on their website, so there are no worries of inappropriate ads.
Spam Filters: Built-in spam filters assure that inappropriate spam emails will not be received in the child’s inbox.
Offensive Word Filter: Filter out all offensive words found in all incoming email.
Activity Log: Logs when your child logs in and when they attempt to log in during parent set restricted times.
KidsEmail.org offers two different type of accounts. A Kids account offers multiple security options to keep them safe while learning how to use this valuable technological tool while a Teen option which offers settings for older users but still provides a secure email client.
You can find KidsEmail.org on the following social media sites:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KidsEmail.org/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/KidsEmail
- Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/kidsemail1/
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kidsemail/
- Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/112369875076902375218/+KidsemailOrg
A big thank you to Brenda from Counting Pinecones for writing this introductory post.