Keeping Kids Safe Online with Kids Email

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With life moving at an even more rapid pace than I remember growing up, one thing that has surely advanced is technology and the whole online world.  It is inevitable that children of any age will soon be online at one point or another.  Think about it.  Your preschoolers use your internet capable phone to play games.  Your first grader may be using a computer at school to learn new and fun lessons.  Your high schooler is definitely online typing reports and chatting with friends.


How do we keep our children as safe as possible?

One way to ensure safety online is by using Kids Email.  Not only will your children feel ‘cool’ because they have an email account like mom or dad, but you can rest a little easier knowing that your children are protected with this email service designed especially for kids!


What is Kids Email?

Kids Email offers the safest email your children can get.  They have many tools and functions to help keep your and my children safe online. I encourage you to check Kids Email out.  There’s so much to learn and soak in on their site.  A nice perk to see how well you will like it, is that there’s a trial period.  The trial period is FREE for 30 days, no credit card required and no obligation to continue.

How do I create my child’s account?

Once you complete the registration, the instructions to activate your account will be e-mailed to you. Once the account is activated, you will be taken to the Parental Control Panel where you can add your child’s accounts.



Stay tuned through the month as I bring you a giveaway (for 5 winners!) for a year’s subscription of Kids Email, online safety tips, net etiquette reminders and a printable from Kids Email as well.



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  1. I love this idea! Going to check out Kids Email now. Thanks!
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  2. I love this! Having 3 kids of different ages, I’m always looking for ways to keep them safe online & with all the new technology that comes out. Checking this out for sure!
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  3. Wow– this is awesome! Thanks for sharing Kids Email with us, it is definitely going to be helpful in keeping kids safe online!
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  4. I love, love, LOVE this. Kids are becoming more and more tech savvy, so of course they want their own emails. However, the internet is a scary place. This is a great answer to the problem.
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  5. This is a great idea. The internet can be a scary place, so anytime we can give our kids the internet skills and knowledge they need while keeping them protected from the bad stuff, that’s a win.

  6. My younger kids are asking for email now so this is definitely something to look into.
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  7. Wow, this sounds like such a great service! I wish I had heard of it when my daughter was first getting online.

  8. Love the idea! But won’t lie, won’t be using it for a while since my boys are still too young for emails! But will keep Kids Email in mind 🙂
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  9. Jenna Wood says:

    We are constantly talking about what age Sabrina will be able to have social media and online accounts. This seems like a good first step when we get there!

  10. Now that my kids are getting older, Kids Email is something I need to think about to keep them safe online. I love that is will keep them only where I want them.

  11. My kids have Kids Email and greatly enjoy it. I love that it also gives me the peace of mind that they won’t see some of the emails that I get into my inbox.
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  12. What a great program! I have a kid in her 20’s and a few teens but this would be great for my younger two. I’ll have to check it out, thanks for the info!

  13. I’ve wondered what is a good age to start a kids email account. I think my son would love to email pen-pal his cousins, but worried about other junk!
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  14. My kids do not have e-mail nor are they on the internet but many kids are, this sounds like a great alternative to keep kids safe and yet connected!

  15. Masshole Mommy says:

    Funny timing. My 10 year old was just asking about getting his own email account.

  16. What a great idea.. I love it… my kids are slowley growing up, I’m not ready to let go all the way and this would be a great way to let them have their very own e-mail and Mom & Dad can still watch..thanks for sharing, I had no idea. Will have to check it out.

  17. That’s an interesting product. Right now we make our mail server forward us a copy of everything the kids receive so we can review it.
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  18. I’ve contemplated on setting up an email address for my kids. Right now they use mine but this is a great alternative@
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  19. Angela S says:

    I hadn’t heard of this before, and what a great idea this is! I would feel much better about a child having something like this for email.

  20. Internet safety is so important. Love this!
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  21. I need to check this out because gmail is just not a good option for kids with all of the icky spam and stuff.
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  22. This is a great thing for parents to know about. Thanks so much for sharing.
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  23. Brett says:

    I’ve never heard of this. We’ll have to definitely check it out.

  24. It’s great to see options becoming available with the best welfare and safety of young children in mind!
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  25. This is such a great idea. The internet os such a valuable, but dangerous tools for our kids.

  26. I love this idea for the kids. I might have to look into this for my youngest two. They currently just play games online but are going to eventually want their own email account.
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