Kiddle is a search engine for kids ages 9-12. Search results are ordered by their kid-appropriateness.
Typically, results 1-3 are pages written specifically for kids, and they’ve been checked by the Kiddle editors. Results 4-7 are also checked by Kiddle editors, and understandable by children, but are generally not written specifically for kids. The rest of the results are still kid-safe content from reliable sites. But kids might find them more difficult to read or understand. Each result is accompanied by an image.
There are several kinds of searches kids can do.
- The Web.
- Facts, the Kiddle encyclopedia written specifically for children
- Images, many of which are copyright-protected
- Kimages, images from the Kiddle encyclopedia that kids can download and use in school projects and papers
Kiddle is powered by Google safe search, but Kiddle.co is not affiliated with Google. The font is large for easy readability. The site does not collect any personally identifiable information. There are a couple of ads on each page.
Parents, if you find inappropriate words or sites that you think should be blocked, there are links at the bottom to request site and keyword blocking.
It is often difficult to filter through typical search engine results to find articles kids can read and understand. So Kiddle.co is great for elementary school children doing research on the web.