Parents' Guide to


By Larisa Wiseman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Well-monitored site where kids uphold community standards.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this website.

Community Reviews

age 14+

Based on 21 parent reviews

age 13+

Cliques , pedophiles, and accusations. Oh my!.

I grew up on this site and still have friends who I love and speak to to this day from here . Unfortunately Kidzworld is a cesspool of drama, from cliques to severe abuse of power especially from the so called "community manager" 20 something Jordan Achilles. I came to realize that a staff member was a pedophile and taking advantage of my friend and was put in penalty box for worryingly contacting Jordan about my fears. Was also accused of lying about my Asperger's syndrome by Jordan. Not a fun environment.
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age 8+

The truth behind this website

The website is full of nothing but propaganda. It's just like any other social network, and features nothing special or unique. The overall culture is toxic, and the owners, administrators and moderators of the website are incredibly disrespectful towards a lot of the users. Jordan Achilles is particularly disgusting, often bullying certain users in a power-hungry way, and using foul language to berate and harass children. Please, do not use that website, or let your children use it. It's a website that deserves to go out of business. And the owners, particularly Jordan Achilles, should be in jail.
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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (21):
Kids say (81):

There's no shortage of things to look at on this content-packed site -- ranging from user-submitted poems to stories about topics like chocolate and music, quizzes, chat rooms, and games. The items kids find on Kidzworld are directly in line with teen and tween interests; they also get a chance to get personally invested in the site by sharing photos, creating a profile bio, and expressing themselves through articles, forum posts, or by chatting with other users. Generally, the site provides a safe environment; its moderators seem to go to great lengths to ensure privacy and safety, and the content appears pretty tame. However, teens and tweens still have their moments -- they get annoyed, express sadness, criticize each other's opinions, and share other strong emotions -- so there's no guarantee some comments or behavior won't be offensive or objectionable to certain kids, or their parents.

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