Kidoodle.TV – Television Built for Kids & Approved By Parents
Winter break is here and the kids are out of school. With new gifts and a warm home, our kids have a tendency to want to hang out more inside than outside. I have to admit that during the holidays, we see an increased amount of television watching and game playing, especially with both Frank and I working from home full-time. With kids at home, we as parents try to find ways to keep them busy, whether it’s building forts, watching television, or playing with play-doh. I especially like it when they can be entertained while being educated at the same time. Let me introduce you to Kidoodle.TV.
Kidoodle.TV is a perfect way to keep your little ones entertained while trying to put an educational twist on their different activities. Kidoodle.TV is a subscription video entertainment app designed for children ages 12 and under, allowing children to watch a wide range of popular TV shows and video entertainment in a safe, advertising-free entertainment.
Kidoodle.TV features a brightly colored, easy-to-use interface and allows parents to create individual profiles for up to five children and tailor content and viewing time through Kidoodle.TV’s Parent’s Room. With shows ranging from Strawberry Shortcake, to Inspector Gadget, to National Geographic, Kidoodle.TV allows children to watch ‘pre-approved’ engaging shows, while giving parents the ability to monitor their child’s usage through innovative parental controls. Parental controls include age category filtering and title selection and de-selection, which allows the parents to tailor the available content to each of their child’s needs. Once you are logged into Kidoodle.TV, you as the parent can simply select a Kid Profile and then hand off the navigation to your child. Kidoodle.TV is also the perfect outlet for providing creative, quiet engagement for kids on long road trips or while running errands.
I really liked how easy Kidoodle.TV was to use as a parent. I could create an account for our kids and then select the shows I knew they would enjoy watching. With 6 kids, I would have liked to see a higher maximum for the number of kids you could add (since we have 6 kids but could only add 5 customized accounts). I loved seeing “Jem and the Holograms” and “Strawberry Shortcake” for the girls, as well as “Transformers” and “National Geographic” for the boys.
Through the end of December, Kidoodle.TV is hosting an awesome giveaway! You can try Kidoodle.TV for FREE and enter the giveaway by December 31, 2013 to win 1 of 10 tablets or 1 of 10 Kidoodle.TV year-long subscriptions! To enter the giveaway, go to Kidoodle.TV to sign up for a free trial. Follow the on-screen directions and submit. It’s that easy!!!
You can find Kidoodle.TV in the iTunes store or directly from www.kidoodle.tv. Be sure to follow Kidoodle.TV on Facebook and Twitter for more product information and special offers.
I participated in a Blogger Activation on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Kidoodle.TV.
I received a promotional item and a free trial as a thank you for participating.
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