Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Kudoso Router Tells Kids: Chores First, Web Surfing Later

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This new router incorporates tasks with rewards for kids to be motivated to get important things done, before going online.

It's hard to admit, but our kids tend to spend more and more time online. While we want them to learn from surfing the web or watching YouTube videos, we still want them to manage their time wisely.

How can we get our youngsters to finish important jobs before sitting down in front of the PC or settling down with the iPad in hand?

The answer can be found in the Kudoso router, a smart system developed to motivate kids, to regulate web surfing habits, and to give mom and dad peace of mind.

Using the Kudoso router dashboard, parents can jot down chores for their kids to do. It can be
related to school work, household cleaning, personal hygiene, and even sports activities. The key here is to ensure that the child finishes the goals. As a reward for accomplished tasks, kids receive unlocked minutes to surf the web.

More information on where to buy and how much it costs can be found on the Kudoso Homepage.

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