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We’ve had a lot of positive feedback about Kids Email! We are happy to share with you some of the reviews that have been done on Kids Email. Parents and children love what we have to offer. We hope the reviews of Kids Email gives you an insight of the great tools Kids Email has to offer.

KidsEmail is certified by the kidSAFE Seal Program.

 

Review by Happily Blended Blog

“I started at a young age teaching my children about email and the internet because of my job, I have learned more than most of the average parents I have run into are aware of, so in turn I always try to take time to educate parents as well as child on how dangerous even an email account can be. You do not want your IP address received to a predator for your family or child, not at all. KidsEmail.org is a great way to encourage independent responsibility while still keeping a solid eye on things.” See the full review here.

Review by Cluttered Genius 

KidsEmail is a completely safe email that allows parents to monitor what their child will be reading and/or sending. The Parental Controls section allows me to choose if I see her incoming and outgoing messages, to create her contact list, to allow attachments or images, and to filter out bad words. I tried to give her as much freedom as possible, but I know that she’s not going to be emailing anyone but her little friends or her dad and grandparents.” See her full review here.

Review by Crazy About My Baybah

“When my son log into Kids Safe Email, I don’t worry about what he is going to see or what he is going to accidentally open.   And as he gets older, he’ll still be able to use this same email. And that is a load off my back!” See the full review here.

Review by Momma Young

“It is easy for my daughter to use and looks and runs like any other email just with safety galore…” See the full post here.

Review by Seven Alive 

“Do you have a tween?  Or just a child that thinks they are a tween?  I do, well in reality I have a 13 year old teen and a 8 year old that thinks she’s a teen.  What do they both have in common?  They are crazy hard to shop for, and they both want things I don’t think they are ready for.  One of the things I have been most hesitant in allowing is e-mail accounts.  As a parent I know the kinds of spam that can get through the best of e-mail filters.  And of course they don’t care if it’s an 8 year old that clicks on their nasty link.

So I was SO excited when I learned of  Kids Email.org.  I and my kids have been trying them out for the last couple of months, and we love it.”

See her full review here.

Review by Happy Mothering

“Balancing your child’s safety with their privacy can be a difficult task. KidsEmail.Org is making that task much easier for parents with their safe email monitoring service. With this service you can receive a copy of all incoming and/or outgoing email that is sent to/from your child.” See the full post here.

 

Review by Delightful Home

“My kids have begged me for email over the past few months. My oldest is only 11 , so I didn’t feel she should have an unmonitored account. But my greatest concern was all the spam and other questionable stuff that comes through. I was nervous about what she might be exposed to through her email account, so I said no.

Then I found Kids Email.” Read the full review here! 

If you are interesting in doing a review of Kids Email, fill out our contact form! 

 

9 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Angela Bledsoe  |  July 5, 2012 at 9:52 PM

    I signed my 10 year old daughter up for the kidsemail as a product review and I love it. It gives her a safe email address that I can monitor. There are so many different options available. I personally like the option that she can only receive emails from people on her contact list. If she gets a message from someone else, it goes to me and I can approve it or not. She likes the background options. Overall this is a great product. Thank you.

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    • 2. Brittany Oler  |  July 6, 2012 at 10:05 AM

      Thanks so much for the feedback! We appreciate it!

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  • 4. Shawna  |  June 26, 2013 at 12:55 PM

    I’ve been with kidsemail since 2010. I appreciate the how safe and fun the program is for my daughter (now 9) and yet as a parent I have safety feature control and can see who is replying to her emails. This is a fabulous intro to technology for any child and so affordable too. I’ve had a couple technical issues in the past and the support team was right on it and very helpful. Other emails are free but they are not safe!!

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    • 5. Brittany Oler  |  September 11, 2013 at 11:05 PM

      Thank you so much for leaving us feedback! We really appreciate it!

      Reply
  • 6. Eric B  |  July 9, 2013 at 10:33 AM

    This is given our children “safe” autonomy. Whenever they sign up for something or correspond with folks we don’t know, it helps us keep the lanes of communication clear. Our 8 year old and 10 year old really enjoy it too. They share homework assignments with family too. It’s a great tool worth every penny.

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    • 7. Brittany Oler  |  September 11, 2013 at 11:06 PM

      We are so glad to hear you have enjoyed using Kids Email, thanks for taking time to let us know!

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  • 8. ROBERTA BUTLER  |  June 27, 2014 at 4:07 AM

    BRITTANY THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST SITES FOR KIDS THAT I’VE SEEN IN A LONG TIME. I SIGNED UP MY GRANDCHILDREN. I ALSO LEFT A FAVORABLE REVIEW ON FACEBOOK. THANK YOU.

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    • 9. Brittany Oler  |  June 27, 2014 at 9:50 AM

      Roberta, thank you so much for taking time to leave us a review!

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