Giveaway: Parent Approved Programming With Kidoodle.TV #KidoodleMom

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With the advancements of technology it has become harder to monitor what our children watch and for how long. Children not only have access to a TV nowadays, but tablets, phones and computers that can provide every type of entertainment you desire. Without constant supervision it’s possible for children to spend way to much time watching their favorite shows and even coming across programming that is not family friendly. 

My 2½-year-old daughter, Ava, loves TV! She took over MY iPad at a young age and is almost able to work the tablet better than me. Needless to say, by this point she knows how to use video streaming services. This creates a problem for me as a parent because it is almost impossible to monitor her usage at ever moment. I fear the minute I turn away she will come across something I don’t approve of.

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That’s why I was happy to learn about a new streaming service, Kidoodle.TV which combats the worries parents have when letting there children watch TV. Kidoodle.TV is safe, ad-free and gives parents the ability to customize the service according to their preferences for their children. 

Unlike other video services, Kidoodle.TV has kids-only content. Meaning, no worrying that your child is going to come across something that’s not family friendly. Choosing content based on your child’s age or on a show-by-show basis is also easy. Kidoodle.TV will actually sort programs by recommended age and it’s possible to make up to 5 custom kids’ profiles. 

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One of my favorite features it that the service gives parents the ability to place time limits on viewing through the secure Parents Room. This makes it easier to balance my daughter’s time spent watching her favorite programs. The hysterical crying when I tell her it’s time to put her iPad away is completely avoided. The show will simply stop playing when the time I have allotted runs out. 

Kidoodle.TV can be used anywhere as long as there is access to to the internet. I often let my daughter watch the service while my husband and I take her to eat at our favorite restaurant on the weekends. We always laugh because it seems like all the other parents have the same idea! 

My daughter loves watching Caillou and has started to watch a lot of the retro programs. Kidoodle.TV is bringing back a lot of good memories for this 80’s child! To say I was obsessed with My Little Pony as a kid would be an understatement, so I’m pretty excited when watching the episodes again with my daughter! I could probably watch the episodes all by myself. Wouldn’t that be funny? 

Visit Kidoodle.TV to learn more. 

EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNT Kidoodle.TV is offering Celeb Baby Laundry’s readers a 25% off code for a year subscription to Kidoodle.TV.  This coupon expires June 30, 2014. Use discount code MCC25 when checking out.

Be sure to enter to win one of 3 iPad Minis being given away in March and April by entering through the Kidoodle.TV Facebook Page.

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Readers of Celeb Baby Laundry have the chance to win a FREE 1-year subscription to Kidoodle.TV

Rules: Participants  may enter across many blogs at they wish, but may only win on a single blog. This giveaway is open to residents of Canada, excluding residents of Quebec.

To enter this giveaway please use the giveaway box below (takes time to load).


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Winners will need to provide their email addresses in order to receive the 1-year subscription to Kidoodle.TV.

 Disclosure: I am part of the Kidoodle.TV blogger program with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.




Comments

  1. Emily says

    I love how you can set the time limit so that the device shuts off instead of me having to remember and then get into a power/control battle about actually turning it off.

  2. Grace Hodgin says

    If technology is a big part of one’s life then it is good to keep up with products that help monitor it and have it available. Sounds like a nice product.

  3. Brian Reasoner says

    I need this!! My kids spend way too much time on electronics. We have to have no electronic days just to get them outside. It is really crazy how far more advanced at it than I am. You are right there is really no way to make sure that they aren’t getting into bad stuff especially since they know more than me.

  4. Jennifer Medeiros says

    What a great program for kids! This is perfect for parents whose kids watch a lot of tv. The timing controls are genius!

  5. Kelly Hutchinson says

    My kids do not watch a ton of tv, but this would be great for those who do. Now if they can invent a timer like this for gamers, I am all in!

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