Oops! Did your child just see that? The commercial, show or tv host on a PG programming station saying something a little R rated? No matter how hard we try as parents, sometimes our children see things that are a little too old for their eyes and they hear things a little too old for their ears. Some parents are finding it hard to find safe programming for their young children.

Thebabyspot.ca was recently introduced to Kidoodle.tv, a website designed for children 12 years old and under.  Parents can “build” their own channel for their children! They can pick and choose the shows they like! Kidoodle.tv also recognizes that parents may want their children to not be so engaged with the computer so they also have allowed parents to set time limits to watch Kidoodle.tv. Kidoodle.tv  has a collection that features cartoons, kids sitcoms, nature and wildlife shows, and educational series from a variety of global sources. In the future, they will feature shows in different languages. Take advantage of this and have your child watch Kidoodle.tv in a different language (coming soon)!

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For the busy or travelling parents, Kidoodle.TV is accessible from most Internet-connected devices, including iPad, Mac, PC, laptops, tablets, and smartphones, and will be expanding to gaming consoles, smart TVs and other devices. A password-protected account allows the user access to content from multiple locations.

Parent Media Co.Inc (APMC) is now launching its North American beta test this summer for its children’s subscription video on-demand service: Kidoodle.tv.Parent Media Co. Inc. (“APMC”) will announce the launch of its North American beta test this summer for its children’s subscription video on-demand service,
Kidoodle.TV™.  You can sign up at Kidoodle.tv and have your say about the website early!

 

Thebabyspot.ca loves Kidoodle.tv and we encourage parents to sign up for the beta test! Sign up at www.kidoodle.tv so you don’t have to have a “oops, did my child just see that on tv” moment again and take our challenge to try kidoodle.tv!