There are several reasons why I would want my child to have an email account. One, if he has online work to do, he can send the info to me via email, which is what we did. Second, if he wants to communicate with relatives and send them pictures or thank you messages for gifts then that is another great way to do it. Also, there was a certain App that each one of my family members wants an account for to learn a foreign language, but you need a different email address to do so for each person. Having a separate email is perfect for this.
Fortunately, parents can track and monitor all account activity.
I can see every time he logs in, sends an email or receives one. I can adjust the settings so he can only receive emails from the people in his contacts and I can choose to let him manage his contact list or have it set up where only I can. The settings are completely in my hands. I can decide if he can receive and open images, links or certain emails from certain people. I even put it to the test and signed up his email on a website to see if their correspondence would be blocked. It was. Which made me happy that random spam would not be entering his account.
Overall, I did not have any problems with Kids Email and would recommend it to anyone looking for a safe email solution for their kids.