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This week we are featuring a new kid friendly and safer internet search engine: Kiddle.

To get started, visit: kiddle.co


Kiddle is powered by Google and is a visual search engine.

Kiddle has some great features:
  • Automatic Google Safe Search to block most inappropriate and adult content.
  • Visual results with pictures and site thumbnails to give visual clues about what a website contains.
  • Large font for easy reading.
  • Kiddle does not collect any personally identifiable information and all logs are deleted after 24 hours.
  • Kiddle has an extensive search blocker that will not allow students to search for inappropriate terms.

Here is an example search for "Blue Whale Habitat":




Kiddle also allows you to search for images, news, and videos by clicking on the links above the search bar:

I hope you add Kiddle to your list of safer searching options for students!

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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Wednesday Web Tool: New Kid Friendly Safer Internet Search Engine- Kiddle

This week we are featuring a new kid friendly and safer internet search engine: Kiddle.

To get started, visit: kiddle.co


Kiddle is powered by Google and is a visual search engine.

Kiddle has some great features:
  • Automatic Google Safe Search to block most inappropriate and adult content.
  • Visual results with pictures and site thumbnails to give visual clues about what a website contains.
  • Large font for easy reading.
  • Kiddle does not collect any personally identifiable information and all logs are deleted after 24 hours.
  • Kiddle has an extensive search blocker that will not allow students to search for inappropriate terms.

Here is an example search for "Blue Whale Habitat":




Kiddle also allows you to search for images, news, and videos by clicking on the links above the search bar:

I hope you add Kiddle to your list of safer searching options for students!

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