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I was just recently introduced to a new site called. It took me a while to navigate it and get an idea of the purpose of the site but when I did can I just say it is FABULOUS! I love the site and especially love it since I have a young child that is extremely computer literate (gets it from her mother). Currently when Honey wants to get on the computer she has her own side, and on the side I’ve bookmarked some of her favorite sites. However bookmarking does not prevent pop ups or from her getting to any sites by accident that I would rather her not see. This is where comes in! Fooz is a portal for your children to visit the sites YOU want them to visit, however it is so much more. You set up the account yourself and enter into the parent dashboard.
Once you have set up your account you can add each child onto the account. When they are ready to play they find theapplication on their desktop (you will have to download software to your computer), and enter the area. In this area the kids can do so many things, and only the things you allow them to do. See the list up there in the photo? You can edit each item, websites, videos, games, and crafts. In this list you can select and deselect places your allowed to go and what they are allowed to do. In the list below the list, called My Channel, you can add your own websites, videos, games, and crafts. I love this because as your child grows and you can and remove items as well as allow them access to websites you would like them to be able to visit.
Another great feature is once they are inthey can not get out without the “parent” password. This means they can not roam the internet and stumble upon sites that are not age appropriate. It is like a computer within a computer. Your kids can only go where you allow them to go. Once inside there are many things your children can do, such as create and change their Fooz character. This is one of my daughters favorite parts.
There is a list of websites and videos your child can enjoy, as well as games they can play.
Fooz Kids University
• Over 20,000 practice skills aligned with school curriculum.
• Track a child’s improvement by viewing strengths and trouble spots.
• As a child learns, they will earn points that can be redeemed for a HDTV, gift certificates, video games, toys and much more.
Another fun section of Fooz Kids, if you ask my daughter is the Mall!
Fooz Kids Mall
• FREE with any Fooz Kids subscription package.
• Thousands of virtual goods to choose from.
• Show off your style and personalize your virtual look-a-like.
You can also keep an eye on your child’s friends and any mail they may be receiving. It really is a great way to introduce your children to the computer yet feel that they are safe.
I really encourage you to stop byand take a look around. I think you will find it fun and friendly and a great place to let your kids enjoy the wonderful world of the internet. In fact if you join from the link below you will get a FREE ACCOUNT!
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