So my husband and I got my then 8-year-old daughter a Kindle fire HD for Christmas and she is now 10.
I know that kids are going to go through there if phases but my daughter is extremely intelligence, pretty and popular at school for a fifth grader.
I am just wanting her to go down the right road and follow the dreams that she has but she is sort of a follower and I am scared that she is going to do whatever her friends are doing.
There's no law against it it just depends on the household rules (but if they really to date, that's not going to stop them).
A couple of weeks ago I received an email from my daughter’s school, addressed to the parents of all Year 5 students.
Once you verify your age and email, you can finish filling out your profile, specify what you’re looking for in a friend, date, or partner, browse through members, receive matches, and send virtual winks and likes.
Founded in 1995, Match is the leading dating site no matter what your age is, and it’s led to more first dates, second dates, relationships, and marriages than any other.We did so recently and when I was going through it she has an app pulled up with a very cheesy and kid like dating site, sad but true.Where people would usually post their profile it's done with the cartoon characters. Her attitude the last couple of months has changed as well.There aren’t any specific dating sites for children of that age for obvious reasons.There is a fear that it can be open to abuse and it would be very difficult to regulate membership as anyone can pretend to be anything if they remain unseen.The places the young people tend to go to and become friends are the social networking sites that have become quite renowned across the globe.