Kid-Friendly Web Browser for Safe Internet Surfing
Although you may have considered installing some sort of web-filtering software or plug-in for your web browser like Internet Explorer or Firefox, there’s another approach that might be more appropriate and easier to use for the kids: an actual kiddie web-browser.
With filtering software, you always risk the chance of something getting through that is not appropriate by your standards. The opposite approach isn’t to filter the internet, but allows access only to sites that you know for sure are kid-safe — something like those public kiosks or retailer’s terminals that allow you to browse only selected sites & pages. Everything else is off limits.
Here’s one example that’s easy to use and free:
KidRocket uses this approach and has a list of safe, childen’s websites that can be accessed through a flash-based web browser application. The free application gives access to these sites:
Kid-friendly, Child-Safe, Quality Websites: