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Social Networking Sites Made Just For Kids

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We love this list from our friends at LilSugar!

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Our friends at LilSugar put together a list of social networks for kids that follow regulations of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. Make sure your kids are safe online -- and check out their list!

Top Social Networking Sites for Kids from LilSugar:

Everloop: Recently launched, Everloop calls itself a "social looping platform" because it creates a "privacy loop around kids' connections." Kids can add friends and engage with other kids online, but always under the watchful eye of their parents, who have their own monitoring account. Cost: free. Ages: tweens.

Imbee: Touting itself as a place for the "young, hip, and trendy," Imbee requires a credit card authorized-parent account before kids can sign up. Afterward, kids can join fanzones or create groups with their friends. Cost: free ($1 credit card verification charge). Ages: tweens.

Togetherville: Families can make online neighborhoods centered on their child, so the only adults he can interact with are ones who are in your approved social network. Once in the neighborhood, they can play games, watch videos, and update their status with preapproved phrases. Cost: free (1 cent credit card verification charge). Ages: 6-10.

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