A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this website.
Violence & Scariness
Games or links to sites that feature hurting other people or animals aren't allowed.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
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The site has a filter that screens for swearing and derogatory statements.
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Products & Purchases
Most of the site's ads are for ClubTuki.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
The site doesn't allow tobacco or drinking-related ads or links to alcohol industry Web sites.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that kids can access the site for free but are encouraged to upgrade to a "Primo" membership, which costs $5.97 a month or $57 a year. The Primo membership includes 50 minutes of free tutoring from an online homework help site. The membership also gives kids the chance to bid on prizes -- items like an iPod or puzzle books -- using the site's online currency, Tuki Moola, which you earn by playing games and participating in other site activities.
Is It Any Good?
The site's interactive games are clever and fun to play -- creatures in a memory game make a face when you click on them, and cheers ring out when you pick the right letter in a word game. The kid-friendly videos are also entertaining and will help teach simple lessons about subjects like finance -- or will just make users laugh.
But ClubTuki has some drawbacks: Most of the videos were posted by just one person, and only a few have been commented on -- the site could definitely benefit from more user activity. And while it's a neat idea to teach kids about saving and spending by placing their Tuki Moola in a pretend bank account, Primo members are the only ones who'll get the full benefit of the lesson. You have to be a paid subscriber to place bids on the site's auctions; if you're not, there isn't really anything to spend money on -- and you probably won't care about tracking your virtual cash. However, there's plenty of good, clean fun to be had at ClubTuki without paying the membership fee -- and that's great news.
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