Bloggers Review MouseMail - Enter to Win a FREE Subscription for your Kids!
Update 11/3/11: This sweepstakes has ended. Thanks for your interest!
Today’s digital age offers even the youngest users educational, entertaining, and communication tools. Yet, it can also be fraught with danger, exposing our children to unwanted experiences. MouseMail.com is designed with the youngest, first time internet users in mind. MouseMail.com provides young children with a safe environment to enjoy the marvels of technology. It contains age appropriate games, educational tools, an interactive calendar, a point system for future prizes and other fun features.
MouseMail invited Amanda from I Am Mommy and Chris from Notes from the Trenches to check out the site and see what they thought. Read their reviews and enter to win on each blog! This time the prize is a one-year subscription to MouseMail plus t-shirts and wristbands for the two winners' kids!
The BlogHer MouseMail sweepstakes runs from October 6, 2011 to November 2, 2011 and is only open to individuals who, at the time of entry deadline, are legal residents of the United States and are 18 years or older. Winners will be randomly selected from all eligible entries. Click here for official rules. Good luck!
Previously other parenting bloggers also reviewed MouseMail. You can see what they each thought by clicking on the links below:
SusieJ from susiej.com knows that despite her concerns, her sons need access to email. “I’ve always been hesitant to sign my boys up for email addresses for fear of having one more thing to monitor in their lives.” See what she likes about a kid-safe email option. Read more...
Lindsay from Suburban Turmoil cannot believe how fast her 7-year-old has become wired. “I know it's only a matter of time before my child wants to start communicating with her many friends via e-mail.” Learn how she has prepared for the e-mail question. Read more...
Courtney from Storing Up Treasures is excited to introduce her kids to a safe email site. “I absolutely LOVE knowing that they are safe and protected while still having the freedom to send and receive e-mails like their older siblings and friends.” Find out what she loves the most about this program. Read more...
Amy from Super Healthy Kids wants her daughter to stay in touch with family and friends, but was daunted by the task of selecting an email site. “When I began the process with several different free email providers, I was running into roadblocks because of her age.” Read how easy it was for her to set-up an account. Read more...
Sophie from BooMama realizes that what she was taught about technology growing up is very different than what she will teach to her son. “Between the web, texting, Facebook, emailing and IM'ing, there's just a lot to consider.” Read more...
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