A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this website.
Kids can choose prescripted comments to chat with other Webblis. Comments are positive and friendly.
Violence & Scariness
One game introduces a poacher with a gun; the game does not involve shooting, but if the poacher gets the wildlife a gunshot is heard.
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Products & Purchases
Puffin Books and the World Wildlife Fund are sponsors of this site and their links can be found throughout. Products are available at the Puffin Books link. Kids collect Webbles (WebbliWorld currency, but they're not used to buy stuff). No pop-ups or banner ads here.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this site is a good first start for young kids looking for a social network site: Joining is free, kids choose a screen name to protect their identity, chatting is done by choosing pre-written comments, and all content added to the site is moderated. And if they continue to carefully choose their sponsors (Puffin Books and World Wildlife Fund were the first two), this site will be a star at managing commercialism wisely. Kids can learn a bunch here by browsing the collection of educational links.
Is It Any Good?
WebbliWorld.com is chock-full of links to cool educational sites with all kind of things earth-friendly, gross, how-to, and just for kids to discover. A highlight: seeing your Webbli show up as the latest to review different sections of the site.
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