All Ages $2-$4.95/Month
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Promo Code -- HMSCL
Have you ever looked at a product and
thought, "I don't think I really need this--but once you tried
it, your outlook changed to, "This is wonderful! How did I ever live
That might happen with
KidsEmail.org (a Ruby
Web, LLC company) is an e-mail service for children, designed and
written to help protect children online by providing a safe email
account for them.
The safety features and the overall look of this product are very
The safety features include numerous parental controls and options--
As a parent, you are able to receive a copy of all incoming and/or
outgoing email that is sent to/from your child. This is a simple
setting that can be enabled/disabled if desired.
This option restricts the times of the day and the days of the week
that your child can log in. You can even ground your child for
a certain period of time and display a custom message when they
attempt to log in!
As the parent, you are the individual who determines who can add
contacts to your child's contact list. Just you? Or can your
child also add to his/her contact list? In addition, you can deny
the sending and/or receiving of emails to/from anyone not belonging
to your child's contact list (configurable).
The Mail Queue
The Mail Queue allows you to intercept an email that failed the
safety rules that you set for your child (such as someone not in
their contact list attempting to send an email). You can then
approve the email be sent to your child or deny and remove the email
from the mail queue.
Block Individual Senders
If you allow your child to receive email from anyone, you can still
block specific people by adding them to a custom blacklist.
As the parent, you can see when your child logs on and when s/he
attempts to log on during a restricted time.
You can determine whether the e-mails your child sends, contain
a tagline informing the recipient that the message is being sent by
a child. The tagline for younger children reads--
This email was sent by a KidsEmail.org account. Any response will
be automatically evaluated for appropriateness by KidsEmail.org
according to parental settings.
Features your child will like (especially the younger ones) --
how attractive the product is, and how easy it is to use. There are
four different e-mail templates--one for girls and boys, and one for
younger and older children. There are also different log-in pages,
depending on the age of the child, and different e-mail addresses (@KidsEmail.org
for younger kids and @Kmail.org for older kids). The older kids
will appreciate the older templates, log in page, and e-mail
An informative video regarding this product can be seen
Another benefit of
is that it's absolutely free for the first 30 days--free, without
any ties or gimmicks. The 30 days is a trial period-- parents are
NOT required to pay during this time and parents are not required to
keep the account after the trial period expires. In other words,
you're not roped into keeping a product you don't like. Refreshing!
For Homeschool.com readers, KidsEmail is increasing the 30 day
trial to a 60 day free trial period. Just go to this
special page and use Promo
If you decide to keep your subscription to KidsEmail, you can choose
between a monthly, quarterly, or yearly subscription (best deal). Up
to five children can be on one paying adult's account. With the free
account, the limit is three children.
If this product is of interest, you might also want to check out
My Kids Browser,
which is an Internet browser that only allows kids to go to websites
that are appropriate for them. You might find this product to be