It's time for Sew, Mama, Sew's Spring Giveaway Day! There are five pages of giveaways posted on the SMS blog, so I hope you have time to enter before the giveaways close on May 25th. Have fun!
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Looking for a safe way for your kids to use email? Check out KidsEmail.org!
"KidsEmail.org's mission is to protect children from predators, pornography, and email from strangers. With so much technology at the fingertips of our kids, it can difficult to know be aware of who is communicating with your child. Our goal is to give parents the tools to protect their children in a manner that is simple and effective."
Our children have been using KidsEmail.org for several weeks. The registration process was simple. Parental Controls allow parents to choose who your children can send & receive emails from, what type of email attachments your child may receive and numerous other levels of parental control are all decided by you. I like the option of receiving copies of all incoming and outgoing emails to/from my kids accounts. It's comforting to know exactly what they are sending and receiving.
KidsEmail.org is user-friendly with fun colors & graphics on the kids 'send email' screen. Users are able to add 4-6 emails under one account, great for large families at one low price. KidsEmail.org offers a 30day free trial and low monthly or yearly payment options. Monthly accounts are currently $4.95/mo for 4 addresses or $$38.50 for 13 months with 6 addresses.
I highly recommend KidsEmail.org if you are looking for a safe way for your children & teens to use email. Help protect your children & computers from predators, spam and viruses and have peace of mind when using KidsEmail.org.
Now....for the giveaway! KidsEmail.org has offered Mama Lusco readers a chance to win a free 6 month subscription and a $25 Amazon gift card! To enter, leave a comment with your contact info. Winner will be chosen by random on Sunday night, May 13th. Good luck!
I was provided with a free trial of KidsEmail.org in exchange for this review. Opinions in this post are mine alone.