Woozworld – the Safe Online World for Your Tween
One of the tough things about having tweens is that they are so anxious to try social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram but the ‘legal’ age of those sites is 13, so what alternatives are there? We were given the opportunity to try a site that was created with the preteen/tween group in mind – Woozworld!
Woozworld is an exciting, fun, and unique virtual world and social network for tweens/preteens and teens! Their massive multiplayer virtual world is FREE to join–and it’s easy!
Kids can create their avatar, play online and build a limitless world. Woozworld is a great place to hang-out, meet new friends and have the absolute best time in a safe environment. Tweens can choose their own look, design their place, set new trends, throw amazing parties and games, compete in awesome contests and even run their own business. Woozworld is available on iOS devices as well as the web. While the basic membership is free, there are in-game purchases available for things such as VIP membership, certain items, etc.
A commitment to safety.
Keeping tween users safe and respecting their privacy is Woozworld’s top priority.
Woozworld is also patrolled by an experienced team of moderators that work to ensure our user’s safety and all Woozens must accept and follow our Code of Conduct.
I spent some time with my 10-year-old and for the most part, she enjoyed the site. There were a couple of hiccups with her VIP account when she played on the iPad (she had to wait in the ‘normal’ line.. have mercy) but had absolutely no issues when she played online. Check out our video and what Cassie had to say!
Woozworld is a site you can feel comfortable having your kids spend time on that they’ll enjoy as well. We’d love to hear if your kids have tried it and if not, what they think once they do!
**This is a sponsored post. While we didn’t receive any money for the post, we did receive a complimentary VIP account to try out. Opinions are still our own.**
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