Wednesday, November 10, 2010
ScuttlePad Adds Spanish Language
44 percent of ScuttlePad's users are Spanish speaking, and many currently use the guided sentence construction tool to develop English grammar skills. Now, both Spanish-speaking and English-speaking users can develop their Spanish grammar skills too.
"We are thrilled by the Spanish-speaking community's reception of ScuttlePad," said ScuttlePad Founder and CEO Chad Perry. "The Spanish site will help all kids further develop their language skills in a safe, kid-friendly environment."
ScuttlePad's guided communication feature introduces over 4,500 words, and users can request their favorite words be added to the site through the ScuttlePad "Request A Word" feature. ScuttlePad users can also now share their favorite shows, music, celebrities and sports teams with their friends.
"We want to involve ScuttlePad's users and their parents in the guided communication process as much as possible so that users can appropriately express themselves," said Perry.
ScuttlePad is the world's first social network designed exclusively for kids ages 6-11 years old. The site teaches kids the responsibility associated with maintaining an online profile. ScuttlePad's safety measures, including manual approval of all uploaded photos and guided communication, provide a safe and secure environment for children that can ease parents' fear of letting their kids use social networks. In addition, by providing the words for children's communication in Spanish and English, ScuttlePad ensures that kids are not exposed to inappropriate or offensive language.
For more information, log on to http://www.scuttlepad.com/.
ScuttlePad was created as a solution to the online community's need for age-appropriate social networking platforms. ScuttlePad, and its founder, Chad Perry, partner with educational, commercial, and kid-focused groups to create fun ways for kids to connect with their friends and discuss all that interests them. ScuttlePad was designed to meet the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) guidelines. For more information, log on to http://www.scuttlepad.com/.
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