You either try to control what your kids can access online (but you can’t control every device they might use), or you trust them to know. Why not help them do the right thing?!
A browser extension that does not block specific types of sites (pornographic, unsuitable horror, etc.) but instead shows the child a message saying something like “this is probably not suitable for you because it contains … You can go ahead and browse the site, but I suggest you don’t. It’s your decision, and I trust you to make the right one.” He can then choose whether to leave or stay.
Get alerts when your kids are supposed to be home but are late.
A family function of the calendar app that takes into consideration their schedule (times, places and modes of transportation) and alerts you when they are supposed to be home already.
Your kids are begging you for a pet. It would be good to know in advance what it takes to have one.
A guide that shows you – separately for each animal – what it takes to have one at home. Details such as eating habits, smells, typical life span, amount, and detail of care needed, what can you do if it’s not a good fit for your family after all, what to do when going on a trip, etc.
Let the kids help parents and other children find out what’s suitable for them.
Let the kids tell us what movies are suitable for which age groups. Let the older kids rate movies up to their age group so that parents and younger kids can better decide what they can watch.
You’re busy but would like your kids to have quality cooked food when they come home from school.
A service that delivers cooked food specifically cooked with kids in mind: things they love and are also healthy and high quality. You can choose 2–3 dishes that would last the whole week, from a large variety, and get it delivered to your door. You only have to heat it.