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8 Ways to Protect Your Child Online
It can be hard to figure out how to keep your kids safe when they spend so much of their day online. Get a copy of the tips we've used that work great with our kids and aren't too hard to do.
What can you do to make it harder for predators to talk to your kids?
Once the internet took off, protecting our kids slowly became harder and harder. From AOL chat, Myspace all the way to Snapchat or Tiktok, these creations have made it significantly harder to protect our children. An even bigger problem - most of the games they play these days have online chat services.
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Make Better Friends
Kids in our program communicate better, have fewer meltdowns, and are excited to make friends finally!
Changing Kids' Lives Every Week
Boo's Battallion is a Great Place for Kids
Your first month is free - after that it's only $19.97 per month and you can cancel anytime.
I interview every parent & child before joining and we have lots of safeguards in place to keep our kids safe.
Socially-diverse kids finally have a place that's fun where they can learn social skills and make friends.
How It Works
It's easy to join Boo's Battalion. In just a couple of weeks, you'll be joining your first squad and watching your kid start making new friends.
Submit your application and schedule your interview to see if our community is the right fit for you.
Attend Your First "Rally Point" Meeting
You'll meet with your squad for the first weekly 30-min rally point meeting and meet your new friends.
Celebrate Your First Month!
Most of the kids in our program start showing improvements in communication skills and confidence after their first 4 calls.
Top Questions & Answers
Here are some of the most common questions that we get asked. If you don't see an answer to your specific question, contact us!
- How much time will I need to invest into this each week? What's the schedule?
You'll have a "Rally Point" call once a week with your squad for 30 minutes. Most parents find that after a month of attending these calls regularly, they actually save time each week because their kids are more clearly able to communicate with fewer meltdowns.
- 2What ages are allowed to join Boo's Battalion?
We accept kids from 6 to 17 years old. Kids are broken up into squads with kids that are close to the same age.
- How does it work? What actually happens on the weekly calls?
It's a structured conversation each week on a variety of topics. We practice skills like taking chances, asking questions, describing things like their feelings and needs, patience, following directions, and more.
We have "brain breaks" to get them up moving around so they aren't just sitting still the whole time. And we also play games like charades and other thinking/moving games to help them improve their communication and teamwork skills.