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Having children at the beginning of the digital revolution has allowed me to make mistakes with my first child that I valued when I had my second. A friend came to me recently with questions regarding her oldest who received a smartphone for her recent birthday. What apps should she get? What is safe for a girl her age? How can I give her privacy while safeguarding the music or videos she watches?
I suggested to start with music and video. Once her daughter understood and made smart decisions regarding the internet, then work her way towards social media but only 1 social media accounts at a time.
Rhapsody Kids is the first music subscription service to offer a fun, safe, and easy music experience created just for kids. Parents can feel safe knowing that Rhapsody KIDS allows children to play the newest and most popular kids music available including hand-picked playlists.
Each kid’s favorite tunes (Parent-approved playlists) are automatically downloaded for easy listening wherever you go, even offline. Plus kids gravitate to the colorful interface designed specifically for young children!
Kids have to make mistakes but online safety shouldn’t be one of them! Get them on the right track and give them a safe start. ‘Digital children” are very savvy, they will learn quick and maneuver well with a firm foundation.
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Are you aware of the content your children are downloading? How to you safeguard your child while allowing them freedom to choose their own individual music taste?