Let kids play is a way to help kids… learn effectively?!
Social networks in general as well as TikTok in particular always give parents a “headache”, because you do not know whether content is suitable for your kids or not.
But hey, there is still lots of useful knowledge on these social platforms. The important thing to keep kids be safe when online and even take advantage of knowledge resources on these social networks is to accompany, guide or control the content (if kids are too young).
Everest Education (“E2”) hopes this article contains information parents need to learn about TikTok – a popular social network that kids join every day.
TikTok at a glance
TikTok is a social network for sharing user-generated short videos. Users can create and upload their own videos.
- The full TikTok experience is intended for users age 13 and over. Learn more at TikTok’s official announce
- Family Pairing feature – the app’s parental controls. TikTok introduces Family Pairing here: https://newsroom.tiktok.com/en-us/tiktok-introduces-family-pairing.
- TikTok for Younger Users splits users into age-appropriate TikTok environments. “TikTok for Younger Users” – that introduces additional safety and privacy protections designed specifically for an audience that is under 13 years old. TikTok for Younger Users allows us to split users into age-appropriate TikTok environments, in line with FTC guidance for mixed audience apps.
- TikTok collects data of users. Collecting users’ data is thing social networks always do. We can custom settings to ensure information security, avoid unnecessary inconveniences. Learn how and why TikTok collects users’ data: https://www.tiktok.com/legal/privacy-policy?lang=en
Kid-friendly TikTok accounts
@nasablueberry1 | Cool space facts
@daniel.labelle | Hilarious sports-themed
@iammoshow | Positive, cat-themed
@fortnite | Updated dance moves and choreography