Kids' Web browsers typically offer a selection of kid-friendly content including videos, games, and activities. Some provide a closed environment with no access to the wider Internet, while others use a search filter that will return only age-appropriate results. Most cost money.
For some families, they may be a good short-term investment -- like training wheels for the Internet. One downside is that kids can outgrow them quickly -- and determined kids can defeat them. And you still need to teach responsible Internet use even if your kids use their own browser. —Common Sense Media The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Comcast.