Is there an equivalent of Pinterest for children?

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Oh perfect, thanks all!
Mme Lindor, no response from t'other one yet. I'll look at biteslide too. Tbh if no-one can post on it then the secret Pinterest board might be the way forward.

thanksthanksthanks

admylin Fri 05-Apr-13 12:12:17

NotMostPeople you were quicker!

admylin Fri 05-Apr-13 12:11:42

I found this on pinterest, dd (13) uses it blog.pinterest.com/post/35270081794/announcing-secret-boards-for-the-holidays - you can make secret boards that no one can interact or re-pin from.

NotMostPeople Fri 05-Apr-13 12:04:53

Yes.

Pinterest - just set up a secret board then nobody can see it or comment, you can invite other people to post on it so you or other siblings can add to it if your dc's wanted.

MmeLindor Fri 05-Apr-13 12:03:30

Found another one! Biteslide

This one looks very promising - it is for teachers and students, but as far as I can see you can register as a teacher with 15 students and one project. Wonder if they will do a version for kids using it without school.

KnockKnockKnockPenny Wed 03-Apr-13 20:37:25

Thanks MmeLindor thanks

MmeLindor Wed 03-Apr-13 18:57:51

Don't know of one but can have a look on a forum that I use and ask around.

KnockKnockKnockPenny Wed 03-Apr-13 18:44:31

Dd (10yrs) would like a sort of online scrapbook but I don't want it to be one where people comment/interact? Any suggestions?

Thanks.

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