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Providing a Safe Social Network for Kids and Teens

Confidently unleash your free-spirited self in KW’s community—it’s the perfect place to express yourself! There’s something for everyone in our kids’ social network. You can safely meet new friends, share pictures and videos, comment on posts, and join the chat room. Plus, as one of the best social networking sites for kids and teens, you can truly explore your creativity and interests by writing a blog, joining different groups, and a lot more!

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Social Media for Kids & Teens

Kidzworld’s social networking site was designed with YOU in mind. You’ll get all the good stuff of popular sites like Facebook, but with features specific to the interests of kids and teens. And, parents can relax, knowing that their children are using a positive, safe, and fun social networking site for kids.

Top 10 Online Safety Tips For Kids

  1. Under no circumstances should you give any personal information to anyone online. That includes personal email, home mailing address, phone number, parents' names, sibling names, the school you attend, the city you live in, favorite sports team, and anything similar that could help identify who you are or where you live. If this information is requested to complete an online purchase, ask your parents to review the website and help you checkout.
  2. If someone in a chatroom asks you questions that don't feel right, do not answer them. Immediately notify your parents and contact a moderator. Do not engage with anyone that asks you questions that make you feel uncomfortable.
  3. Do not agree to meet anyone you have met in a chatroom through social media or other online platforms in public. If you believe you have met a friend and want to meet up, get your parents involved, and help you navigate the situation. Not everyone has bad intentions, but precaution is key to your safety.
  4. Do not post pictures of yourself under your profile, or in chat feeds. Images can help people identify you through social media and other media outlets. Keep photos of yourself, siblings, and friends off of the internet when possible.
  5. Know that cyberbullying is real, and people can be devastated by it. Do not engage in cyberbullying. If you feel you are being bullied, inform your parents and contact a moderator for assistance dealing with the issue.
  6. Moderation is vital when it comes to online entertainment and child safety. Limit the amount of time you spend online, and allocate a block of the day that you will be spending in chatrooms and playing games. The internet is a vast world of fun, games, and entertainment, but it can also consume you. Practice moderation for a healthy lifestyle.
  7. Keep your user name and password to yourself, do not share your login credentials with anyone. Make sure that your user name and passwords are unique and are not duplicates of other social media profiles you have. If hackers can hack one profile, they will be able to hack others if the information is the same.
  8. Do not download files from the web without your parent's approval. Digital files can contain viruses that can harm your computer and give criminals access to your personal information. If you are unsure about a download, ask your parents, and let them determine if the website is credible.
  9. Don't cause problems. What goes around often comes around. Do not bully or engage in hateful banter. A fun chat room can turn into a negative place if one or more users defy the guidelines. This isn't good for anyone, so if you see this happen, take the initiative and report the inappropriate behavior to your parents and a moderator.
  10. Live and learn. Being a kid should be a fantastic time in your life, so live it up and have fun while doing it. Don't take the internet too serious, people say and do things that they would never do in person. So take it for what it is, have fun, live, learn, and be safe.