How to Keep Your Kids Safe on a Smartphone


Today’s kids are most likely to be found sitting in front of some kind of screen. That is not really something good, I guess, but that is what technology has brought to our lives and we have to deal with it the best way we can. Maybe it is not the greatest decision to ban our kids of using gadgets, but at least we can teach them some safe internet habits and do some things to prevent the wrong use of their smartphones.

I don’t really like to talk about using gadgets, because lots of parents would judge me because of things I do, but I will say it now. I let my two-year-old use our tablet. She has it on a ‘Kids mode’ – she can open kids songs on Youtube and play or draw in kids-friendly applications that we downloaded for her. She doesn’t play on it all day long, but when I need few minutes for myself, I give her the tablet. There. We can move on now.

Keep your Kids Safe on a Smartphone

But, no matter how old your kid is and what your opinion on gadgets is, you should definitely listen to some advice on how to keep your kids safe online. This infographic from Neomam Studios and Pumpic is a great guide for keeping your kids safe on a smartphone. Read this, I think this will be helpful to every parent out there! Simple things like restricting in-app purchases or setting location data to private – can really make a difference.

Encourage your kids to talk open about what they do online and it will help you keep them safe. Check out this infographic and let me know what you think about this interesting topic. Do you think your kid is safe on a smartphone?
How to Keep your Kid Safe on a smartphone

How to Keep your Kid Safe on a smartphone [Infographic] by the team at Pumpic


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  • Reply Sara Borgstede May 6, 2015 at 1:49 am

    Thanks for sharing this post! I appreciate your honesty that you let your daughter play on your tablet. I think there is so much GOOD that can come from technology, and our children will be digital natives — it will be their normal. But because of that, we as parents need to be smart. Our kids are ages 18-6 and we have all of our children sign a technology agreement which includes television, computer, tablets, and phones. I have a printable PDF in this post:

  • Reply Sarah Christie May 6, 2015 at 9:50 pm

    This is such a great post, it is so important to be one step ahead and plan and talk toy your kids about internet and phone safety x

  • Reply Amy @ Fearless Homemaker May 6, 2015 at 10:47 pm

    These are awesome tips! Thankfully, we’re still at the point where our kiddo is young enough to not be interested in the phone/tablets ye, but I know that will change eventually! This is a great post to bookmark for the future. Thank you!

  • Reply Erica Brooks May 7, 2015 at 10:03 pm

    Smart tips. I hadn’t heard of Whisper. My kids are still too young to have their own phone but they do use mine.

  • Reply Everything Mummy May 7, 2015 at 11:34 pm

    Its a toughy isn’t it my girls are to young for all this social media stuff but it is a concern i think making the rules clear from the start keeping a close eye and not letting them use smartphones and tablets in their bedroom is good practice of course they then get to an age when that won’t be possible but hopefully they’ll be old enough and understand to make the right decisions. Thanks for linking up to #kidscorner x

  • Reply Katy {What Katy Said} May 8, 2015 at 8:38 pm

    I can remember being a young teen when phones became the norm. I spent way too much credit buying some ringtones! These days the cost and the dangers are so much more, this is such a great infographic to share. Thank you for sharing in #KidsCorner x

  • Reply Heather @ The Nerdy Fox May 8, 2015 at 8:45 pm

    Seriously, kids on smartphones are scary! I am so worried about it all the time. My 7 year old is already asking for a phone. I’m being a mean mom and saying no, for now.

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    Fantastic tips for ALL ages. Thank you!!

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