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21/08/2018 at 15:19
I'm a strong advocate for children's wellbeing and safety, and I was wondering what YouTube channels you all would recommend that you've found safe and trustworthy for your children to browse without needing to monitor them for inappropriate content?
Obviously you can't watch what they're watching 24/7, and there's always some dodgy stuff out there, especially on open channels like YouTube - even YouTube kids doesn't completely filter all age-inappropriate stuff out. That's why I was wondering if there are any you've personally found to be child-friendly enough to leave with the kids without any unpleasant surprises!
I'd really appreciate your advice and any helpful comments!
Thanks so much! x
26/08/2018 at 10:26
Instead of Youtube, invest in an educational tablet like Fire Kids Edition and LeapPad.
08/10/2018 at 14:52
Why invest in an educational tablet when there's so many apps that do the same thing on the tablet you already own? I'm talking about both on Android and Apple tablets!
That's a link to download Chube, a simple app that shows good educational content for kids. No unsafe stuff in there unless you enter a passcode. Updates every month.
14/10/2018 at 21:52
i used to letmy son watch a dvd when he was little. Nowadays tech can help us a lot so we should take advantage. i believe you can safely allow a baby boy or baby girl watch some nice programms.
here is my youtube channel with toys. i have a toy store also and i try to show interesting toys
best wishes !!! hugs 😘
01/11/2018 at 18:04
The Fire Tablet is very good for preschool as it has the protective case on it which is great.
There are also lots of kids apps on Amazon too.
This one is really good I have found as it is simple to use and free, you just pay for extra painting packs as IAP.
07/12/2018 at 09:40
Hello Sasha!I know exactly how you must be feeling. I know that it can be very difficult to find a channel which has completely filtered all age-inappropriate stuffs since there might me more than 20 videos or so in a channel.If you really want to access a place with all age appropriate content, you can install this app which I did for my daughter by thelearningapps in any of your iOS devices. It is really helpful and the contains are all child-friendly.You can download it from here: https://www.thelearningapps.com/nursery-rhymes/I hope it helps!
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