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Find Out Which Apps Are Safe For Your Children With Balefire Labs #BalefireLabsKids

As a parent I am often weary of the games I allow my children to play. If they are going to play on my phone, tablet or computer I want the games they play to be educational and safe for them.  I also don’t want to bore my children so I want to be sure the apps I am downloading for them are also age appropriate.

We’ve had a chance to test out Balefire Labs the unique service that allows you to input your child’s age, gander and details and get age appropriate app suggestions. It’s Balefire Labs. Inc’s commitment to providing parents and educators with real product reviews that help educate children.  With more than 100,000 educational apps available, Balefire Labs, Inc. gives parents and teachers confidence in selecting those apps that are most beneficial to children.

I received a year subscription to review and after inputting my children’s ages came up with some app suggestions that I really liked. In fact, I downloaded this Kindergarten Reading School App after reading the review because I really feel my child would benefit educationally from this app. Knowing what to expect before buying the app there’s no more wasting money on yet another app that’s non-educational.

 

I also found a number of really great apps for my oldest that will help build her math and vocabulary skills.  It’s services like this that more parents need to check out because it’s so easy to download yet another game app. I want my children to engage in learning even if it’s game time, or even if they’re killing time in the car on a road trip.

For under $5 a month you can gain access to thousands of reviews that will ensure your children or students are learning and engaging in apps and games that are beneficial to them. You can get started today by visiting the Balefire Labs website or connecting with Balefire Labs on Facebook and Twitter.

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This post was compensated by Balefire Labs as part of my participation in a campaign with the Mom It Forward Blogger Network.

3 Comments

  1. Maria Iemma on September 26, 2013 at 6:08 am

    My grandkids use their mother’s iPad for games etc. I am going to let her know about this site and I am sure she will make sure they are safe online.



  2. Blessie Nelson on September 24, 2013 at 4:52 pm

    Wow! Now this is something all the pad owners need!



  3. Laura on September 24, 2013 at 4:01 pm

    I thought it was interesting how to introduce your children to being safe online, such as show them real life predators.