We are excited to announce we have partnered with Educents and they are hosting a FABULOUS Giveaway featuring over $32,000 in prizes!
Kids Email is participating and we are going to be choosing 4 people to each win a $25 Amazon Gift Card and 1 Year of Kids Email!
Head over to our Facebook page to enter!
You can check out all the other Giveaways by clicking here.
Add comment December 3, 2013
We are excited to present you with a fun giveaway from Adventure to Fitness. We love that Adventure to Fitness works to inspire kids to lead healthy lifestyles through imagination, education, and movement. They offer great tools for kids to get up and be active all while having fun!
Streaming right to your home, your kids can have access to this fun program where they actively participate in adventures, explorations and games to keep them busy!
Head over to Adventure to Fitness to see what this fun program is all about! Get those kids up and at em, enter our giveaway now!
1 comment November 25, 2013
Kids are learning and exposed to technology at a very young age. So it’s natural for kids to ask if they can have an e-mail account. But what is the right age for your child to start having an e-mail account?
The exact answer will vary depending on several factors. Having an e-mail account comes with some responsibility. How can you assure that they will stay safe?
Many parents will set-up rules with their children when they decide to allow their child to have an e-mail account. Parents can have concerns about who is contacting their child, content of spam and who their child is contacting. Implementing a lot of rules can be effective, but with built in safety tools that Kids Email offers it can make things very simple for both you as the parent and your child.
Some of the great tools Kids Email offers are:
- No Spam or Advertising
- Choose for children to only get e-mails from those that you put in their contact list.
- Copy on all incoming/outgoing messages if you choose.
- Block bad words, and images.
- Block individual senders
With the built in features, children can safety use e-mail while giving parents peace of mind. Having an e-mail account is a responsibility and a privilege.
Is there a right age for e-mail? In all honesty it depends on the child. Kids Email has had users get their first e-mail address as early as age 5. Parents find once a kid is interested and responsible they are usually willing to allow their children to have an e-mail account. It’s a great way for many kids to stay in contact with Grandparents or family. We invite you to try Kids Email for Free and see if your kids are ready and enjoy having an e-mail address!
Add comment November 18, 2013
Family Review Center has been serving families and businesses since 2000. It their goal and purpose to connect their viewers with the latest and greatest products to hit the market. KidsEmail.org was chosen as family friendly and worthy of attention. Here is the review Family Review Center did on Kids Email:
Kids Email allows a parent to have as much or as little control as they wish, when it comes to the sending and receiving email for their children. You can control images, files, words, people on the contact list that can write to them, what times they can log in, how long they can be on … you name it. As they get older and become increasingly responsible, you can back off of the amount of control you have and allow them more freedom and privacy.
Kids Email allows a 30 Day free trial period for you to check it out. There is no risk in doing so and this allows you to check out all of the features and see if it is a good match for your family needs.
The email settings are customized so your child can have their own look and feel to their account. The Parental controls allow you to do the same, making it user friendly for both parent and child.
Now there does not have to be the worry and danger associated in your child’s wanting to email grandma or grandpa or their friend from school. Other outside influences will not be able to contact them, only those you say yes to.
Definitely a good thing to consider for young children just entering the world of technology and not understanding all of the dangers associated with it.
Add comment October 28, 2013
KidsEmail, has been tested and it now qualifies for kidSAFE certification! The kidSAFE Seal Program is an independent certification service and seal program that reviews and certifies the safety practices of children-friendly websites and applications, including kid-targeted game sites, virtual worlds, social networks, PC and mobile apps, web-connected devices, and other similar online and interactive products.
We are excited to be listed and certified on the kidSAFE Seal directory of kid’s websites and apps that have been independently tested and certified to meet a high standard of online safety.
Add comment October 21, 2013
Kids Email is excited to offer you another giveaway!
4 Lucky Readers of the Kids Email Blog have a chance to win this fun book!
What is it all about?
Sebella, a witch, lives in a house once owned by an infamous magician, where strange things often happen.
While playing the game of Spooks, Sebellas bratty cousin Prudence accidentally
knocks over a gargoyle statue, and it magically comes to life!
The gargoyles red eyes torpedo into the fireplace revealing a secret opening.
The statue tells the children they need to save the Magic Castle.
Join Sebella and her friends on an adventure to see if they can save the Magic Castle.
You can read more about this fun book and see some great reviews by going here.
Entering is Easy
1. Leave a comment letting us know who you would give this book too, and why you think they would enjoy it.
Extra Entries (leave separate comments for each)
2. Like The Magical World of Sebella on Facebook
Good Luck! Winners will be contacted via e-mail when contest ends.
Contest Ends: Friday October 18th at 10:00PM EST
63 comments October 7, 2013
Come check out our current Giveaway on our Facebook page.
Just like, and share the photo on facebook and you are entered to win
a $25 Amazon Gift Card and 1 Year of Kids Email! Simple, easy and fun!
Add comment October 2, 2013
It is so important to have rules with kids and being online. I wanted to have the rules posted in my office for my kids as a reminder when they go online.
So we came up with this super cute Net-Etiquette Subway Art.
It’s FREE and printable.
It’s meant to be printed for 5×7 size,
perfect for putting in a frame and setting out on your desk.
(When I printed mine, I had to un-click fit to page, so it would print the proper size)
As compliments from Kids Email, we hope you enjoy this free printable.
Click Here to get yours now- – ->>> Net Etiquette
Add comment September 24, 2013
Is homework ever a challenge in your home? If so, you aren’t alone. Here are two complaints you may hear, along with solutions.
“I don’t want to do homework.”
Make your homework time more pleasant by helping your child find a quiet, well-lit place to work. You can even encourage your child to reward himself for working hard. For example, he can get a break to play if he works hard for 30 minutes.
“This is too hard.”
Ask your child to read the directions to you and tell you what they are finding hard. Then, suggest that they look through their textbook for a similar problem or call a friend that might help.
If you find your child rushes through homework to watch TV or play video games, you could always consider liming electronics on school nights. If you find your child frequently struggles with their assignments, it is always a great idea to talk to their teacher.
Add comment September 23, 2013