Filter Your Kids Online Activities with Circle with Disney

Filter Your Kids Online Activities with Circle with Disney

2017-06-19T06:49:07+00:00 By |Promo Writings|1 Comment

The reviewer for Circle with Disney has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. #AD

Filter Your Kids Online Activities with Circle with Disney

I think it is every parents fear that, when they are not looking, their kids will stumble across something they don’t want them to see on the internet. Whether it be while doing a search for a school product or an inappropriate ad when playing a game, there are traps everywhere that our kids can fall into. My way of handling it in the past has been to limit their exposure at all. But, as they grow and get into higher grades in school that require technology to complete assignments, I have to be able to let them surf safely. At Best Buy there is a product that can help me filter my internet for my kids so that they are exposed to less potentially harmful things. Circle with Disney is a great too that allows parents can filter content, limit screen time and set a bedtime for every device in the home.

Filter Your Kids Online Activities with Circle with Disney and relax

Circle from Disney quickly and easily hooks up to your home network. Just plug it in to a power source, then your router and download the Circle Disney app. Once connected, run the Circle Disney from the app on your phone.

Each family member has their own MyCircle page to access their personal dashboard, Disney videos, blogs, game and more!

Filter Your Kids Online Activities with Circle with Disney with individula monitoring

I hooked up myself and Katie to Circle even though she and her device are not home. I can monitor here much more closely now and have a tool that helps me make sure she is being careful on her phone. Circle’s Features Time Limits Screen time is very important to kids and for parents who manage it. Time Limits offers the ability to limit daily screen time for platforms, apps, and categories, painlessly.

Filter Your Kids Online Activities with Circle with Disney with platform monitoring

I love the filter that allows me to choose the sites that are OK with me for her to be on. Set individual filter levels for each family member that matches their age and interests. Do it once and it will apply to every one of their devices.

I also like that, eve though I have said that the phone goes off at a certain time, Circle by Disney helps me make sure it does by letting me set a bedtime for her device. With Circle’s BedTime feature, no more asking every night for kids to get off their devices. When BedTime kicks in devices say goodnight all on their own.

Filter Your Kids Online Activities with Circle with Disney with bedtime

I can even pause her device when I want her to do homework or have dinner with the family! I can even track her activity, how long she has been on the device and so much more!

This is a very useful and cool item for any family to have in their home. Circle Go Ever wish you could manage your kids’ devices wherever they went? Circle Go makes it possible. Circle Go takes all of the settings your kids’ devices have at home and extends them to 4G LTE and any other Wi-Fi network they join.

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Available at Best Buy, Circle with Disney is a tool I can not imagine not having now that I do! Get yours now and relax a little knowing that you can actively protect your kids from things they don’t need to be seeing online.

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About the Author:

A single work from home mom of three daughters, ages 7, 6 and 4. I blog because it is cheaper than therapy and want to connect with my readers through honest posts! I do reviews and giveaways of quality products!

One Comment

  1. Adelina Priddis June 19, 2017 at 1:48 pm - Reply

    I’ve been looking at this and considering purchasing it for a few months now. My kids don’t have their own devices, but we let them play on ours and the computer enough that I want them protected.

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