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We are excited to share with you THE Protection Package for Digital Kids. We have partnered with some great companies to provide you the ultimate protection package to help in keeping your kids safe online. You can get each of these awesome products at a great discount (or even free) […]

THE Protection Package for Digital Kids


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  Has your child ever participated in bullying or been a victim of bullying? Odds are they have seen a classmate being teased or harassed. Kids can play an important role in helping those who are being bullied. Here are some things you can teach your children in regards to bullying: […]

Teaching Kids to Help Victims of Bullying


As the average age of a first mobile device increases and the number of social tools our kids use to connect increases, us parents are often left scratching our heads when it comes to keeping our children safe online. Today the average age for a first mobile device is 13, according […]

Increasing the Digital Safety Net Beyond Email



KidsEmail has some news! KidsEmail has a new look.  We’ve created a fresh new site to make your experience with KidsEmail better and smoother.  We still offer all of the same features we’ve offered before, and as always, our #1 goal is your child’s online safety.  With these new changes KidsEmail […]

New Look for Kidsemail.org


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  We have a great tool available for parent’s to safely allow your children to surf the web and be totally safe! We would love to send you My Kids Browser (valued at $29.95) Totally Free, here is how: We need help in sharing the word about Kids Email, so […]

Safe Web Browser for Kids – Totally Free!





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Kids & The Internet: The Benefits Today’s iGeneration (teens and middle-schoolers) are internet savvy thanks to the existence of online gaming sites, virtual worlds, forums, message boards, online communities and social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Kidssocialnetwork, Club Penguin, Moshi Monsters, Togetherville and Everloop. While access to these sites […]

Benefits of the Right Social Media for Kids