Website Reviews

csm_website
age 10+
 
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Mostly safe kid-focused search engine packs many ads, flaws.
URL: http://www.kidzsearch.com
(2015)
csm_website
age 17+
 
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Kids have little to gain from news site's salacious posts.
URL: http://uproxx.com/
(2015)
csm_website
age 12+
 
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Interactive story-creation tool is fun but complicated
URL: http://www.gimcrackd.com/etc/src/
(2015)
csm_website
age 7+
 
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Kids use reading, writing skills to explore online library.
URL: https://bookopolis.com/#/
(2015)
csm_website
age 9+
 
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Solve puzzles, help the monkey, learn to program.
URL: http://www.playcodemonkey.com/
(2015)
csm_website
age 13+
 
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TV-show video portal serves goods, giveaways, lots of ads.
URL: http://ellentube.com/
(2015)
csm_website
age 13+
 
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Positive stories are kid-friendly; comments limit the fun.
URL: http://aplus.com/
(2015)
csm_website
age 7+
 
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Fun lessons restricted by poor design, unintuitive controls.
URL: http://w3kids.com
(2015)
csm_website
age 15+
 
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Mostly clean writers' platform could use a bit more jazz.
URL: https://www.writersky.com/
(2015)
csm_website
age 7+
 
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Educational concept relies on consumerism for motivation.
URL: https://www.kidsnbids.com
(2015)
csm_website
age 16+
 
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Video privacy, sharing a plus; iffy content, bugs aren't.
URL: https://vimeo.com/
(2015)
csm_website
age 10+
 
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Flashy, but young gamers will need persistence to get tips.
URL: http://play.nintendo.com/
(2015)
age 6+
 
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Digital-media dog offers a super primer for young users.
URL: http://pbskids.org/fetch/ruff/
(2014)
csm_website
age 17+
 
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Anonymous Q&A's can veer into too-mature territory for kids.
URL: http://new.spring.me/
(2014)
csm_website
age 13+
 
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Simple, ad-free social network nice alternative to Facebook.
URL: https://ello.co/beta-public-profiles
(2014)
csm_website
age 7+
 
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Fun, simple intro to game design with just enough options.
URL: http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/games/lego-game-creator
(2014)
csm_website
age 16+
 
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Often funny, often explicit meme site best for mature teens.
URL: http://imgur.com
(2014)
csm_website
age 8+
 
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Coding concepts made fun with paid courses, free games.
URL: http://www.tynker.com
(2014)
csm_website
age 6+
 
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School-based social media site just for kids, super-safe.
URL: http://www.kimingo.com/
(2014)
csm_website
age 12+
 
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Microsoft's youth programs offer vast tech opportunities.
URL: https://www.microsoft.com/about/corporatecitizenship/en-us/youthspark/youthsparkhub/
(2014)

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