Kids Social Network is a social networking site for kids and tweens. This kid safe website has a lock down browser to ensure safe browsing for children. Kids can enjoy learning math, science, reading, and writing from our online library. They can take a break from their studies by playing a variety of free online games and chat with friends in the online chat room.
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July 28, 2006 -- From MetalHeart, age 12, from Waco, Texas, who is affiliated with the site.
I am a moniter there. They have 10 rules and if you break them toomuch you will get kicked. muted, banned, trapped (horrible). Alot of the kids that come there say that there parent approve of it. It’s a good safe enviroment.
May 5, 2006 -- From Sarah, Anna and Kristen, ten years old from the U.S.A
This site is great. The monitored chat rooms open at 3 p.m. and close at 10 p.m. (Central Time) seven days a week. If you say a bad word they turn into something else. Cool, huh?
May 5, 2006 -- From Krystal K., 11 years old from USA, who is not affiliated with the site
This site is very exciting and a learning experience. You can chat with people from all over the world. This site is awesome but I warn you, it is very addictive.
April 25, 2006 -- Fro TaZ, a parent from Australia, who is affiliated with the site
The world’s safest, friendliest chat room on the web. For all ages!”
June 26, 2005 -- From Nolee Summers, a parent from Texas, United States, who is affiliated with the site
The first time my child went there i noticed that someone said a cuss word. The word came up in stars and the person got kicked out. The monitors are very friendly and the age limit is to when they can type to 17.
April 22, 2002 -- From Chris, a reader from Chicago, USA, who is affiliated with the site
KidFu is a subscription-based safe online community for kids. It features chat rooms monitored by trained adult safety specialists, bboards, games, a screened kid-to-kid messaging system called the Note Passer, and a kid-written magazine.