Sunday, October 28, 2007

NoodleNet - childrens online safety browser

Hello to all, I hope everyone is doing well. I wanted to inform all the readers at Fun 4 The Children about a new software program that provides a truly safe environment for your young children to surf the Internet called NoddleNet.

Surfing the Internet provides a wealth of information in a short amount of time, but not all of the information is good, or particularly safe for children. It's very easy for your child to stumble across sites that they shouldn't see and can cause them harm. This is where NoodleNet can help.

NoodleNet is a password-protected web browser that allows kids to only surf the safest kid-friendly and educational websites on the Internet. It creates a gated community that only lets your child explore the Internet on pre-approved sites. No more dangers of your children clicking on that ad for PBS Kids and then being transported to inappropriate material online.

“The driving force behind the formation of NoodleNet is a passion for bringing education to life – for keeping children connected with their natural instincts to learn and explore,” said Benny Barton, founder and CEO of NoodleNet.

The content on NoodleNet is categorized in three age groups: 3 to 5, 6 to 8, and 9 to 11, and parents can create accounts for their children based on their ages. The child friendly has easy to use buttons and all content is pre-categorized, making it very simple for your child to navigate between fun sites and sites that can assist your children with their homework.

The program is fully accessible to parents and caregivers, and allows them to customize the program for individual users. You can quickly add access to children’s favorite websites (don't forget to add Fun 4 The Children blog); as well as, programs and games already on the PC.

The thing I absolutely love about NoodleNet is that my children can sit down at the computer by themselves, and I don't have to worry about them seeing content they shouldn't see or accessing and changing information on my computer accidentally. Not to mention how much fun they have, and the assistance they can get to assist with homework or other school projects.

NoodleNet is available on a monthly and annual subscription basis and comes with 12 months of technician support and updates. For those of you that would like to try the program out, there is also a free 7 day trial of the program is also available at their site.

To learn more or to try the free 7 day program trail visit

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