very cute site that offers social networking, chat rooms and games for kids. It uses language filters to try and make conversations as clean as possible. It does not allow children to post private information.
A cute little stuffed animal that is purchased in your local toy store provides a code allowing access to the internet where children can care for their real/virtual pet, play games and learn how to operate in a virtual world.
Kids can enter this virtual world where nearly 2 million "citizens" help create a virtual economy. They can play games and chat, or visit city hall and museums. Free, but there is third-party advertising
E-mail for kids
These sites offer easy to use, easy to monitor e-mail that can provide a good first step for young technology users.