Before I write this, I want to make it clear that the internet is not a safe place for any Christian kids (or adults) to play. The only way to use the internet safely is by keeping one another accountable through supervision. Scheduled use with direct parental supervision is the best way to make use of the internet and the amazing tools and resources it offers us. The next best way is probably with Google's Supervised User accounts. I have used these with my children and, while they do not excuse parents from supervision, they can help parents greatly with the task of allowing their children to use the internet's benefits while avoiding its dangers.
1. What is a Supervised User account?
When you buy a Google Chromebook or Chromebox, the owner (parent) creates an administrative user account. Additional user accounts can be added to the device, but they can be limited and controlled by the parents. These are called "Supervised User" accounts.
2. How does a parent create a Supervised User account?
Unfortunately, I don't have the time to walk you through the steps needed to set up a Supervised User account, but Google has provided user guides to serve the purpose:
William Michael, Headmaster
Classical Liberal Arts Academy