The Internet can open a world of information and connectivity to children, but it can also expose them to unexpected dangers. A free e-mail account for kids can keep them safer online while giving parents some peace of mind.
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Parents can also use their own AOL accounts to set up a screen name for their children. After creating a master account, mom or dad can add up to seven more screen names. With this option, parents choose a category (Kids Only, Young Teen or Mature Teen) that determines the type of content their children can view.
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This homework help website also lets kids create a free e-mail address. Each account comes with a free blog, calendar, address book and notebook.
Kid Surf's free, Web-based K-Mail system allows children to e-mail other kids who have a K-Mail account. To e-mail family or friends who don't have a K-Mail account, upgrade to a premium account for £6 a year.
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