With Kinjo, Roblox is safer, smarter, and still fun.

Kinjo curates Roblox games for kids ages 5-12 that build skills, and keeps your child engaged with real rewards. 

With Kinjo Plus, see who they play with and how they spend their Roblox time.

Real skills, real Roblox games

Memory Skill Icon

Memory

Executive Functioning Skill Icon

Executive Functioning

Financial Literacy Skill Icon

Financial Literacy

Psychomotor Speed Skill Icon

Psychomotor Speed

Social Cognition Skill Icon

Social Cognition

Kinjo kids shift their gameplay to games with up to 6x more cognitive challenge

Compared to kids who play Roblox without Kinjo

Say “yes” to Roblox

Kinjo Basic

An app for your kids
Free
  • 100's of Roblox games that can teach life skills
  • Limited coin earning by playing Kinjo-rated Roblox games
  • Access to one skill-building Mission
  • Exchange Kinjo coins for Robux, Minecoins, or V-Bucks

Kinjo Plus

The tools and insights you need
$ 7.50
a month
billed annually at $90.00
  • Unlock unlimited skill-building Missions
  • See the games they play, who they play with, and how long they play
  • Learn about the life skills they practice through play
  • Keep your kids engaged with faster rewards and 100's of new games each month
save 20%

What Kinjo parents say:

“My son will never focus on anything the way he focuses on his tablet. Before Kinjo, it didn’t occur to me to use my parenting energy to better direct that focus instead of fighting it.”

Doug A.
Austin,TX

“Since we started using Kinjo, my kids are now explaining to ME what their favorite activities are teaching them. I love that learning is now a positive in our house”

Kelly G.
Brush Prairie, WA

“The best part of Kinjo was that it turned my daughter’s Roblox time from a constant battle to a cool opportunity for us to connect and learn together.”

Erin F.
New Hope, PA

With Kinjo, the only Roblox choices are good ones.

Kinjo curates safe, high quality games for kids 5-12 so parents don’t have to.

CHARLES THORNBURGH

career ed tech
entrepreneur & dad of charlie & william

LAURA MALCOLM

co-founder and head of product

A note from the founders

Across our 25-year careers building learning products, we’ve seen that education’s biggest problem is how to effectively engage young learners.

 

We built Kinjo to bridge the gap between engagement and skill building. To help kids find and pursue valuable skills on platforms they already love.

 

Imagine if our kids were squeezing every drop of learning out of the devices they spend hours on.

 

That’s the future we are building at Kinjo.



Frequently Asked Questions

Kinjo is an entirely new kind of learning app that combines parents’ goals and kids’ interests to level up the learning in screen time. Kinjo motivates them to play educator-evaluated games and rewards them for choosing higher challenges and more learning. For parents, Kinjo Plus offers a weekly digest that provides insight into the level of challenge in kids’ gameplay, the time they spend, the friends they play with most, and the skills they are building

The Kinjo team includes learning experts, educators, software engineers, user experience designers, and parents who believe that we can infuse education into the activities kids already choose, inspiring a lifelong love of learning. We’ve got decades of experience incorporating the best of learning science and app design into iconic products and communities in the fields of education and technology, and are united by our core values of curiosity and empathy.

Kinjo evaluates games for their level of challenge and skill building and then scores them on a 500-point scale. The higher the rating the more challenge and potential learning. Kinjo motivates kids to play games with higher challenge and more learning through a rewards system – Kinjo Coins. The higher the challenge level and the more skill building, the more coins kids earn. Kinjo Coins can then be redeemed for real-world rewards such as Robux.

Kids play Roblox games recommended by Kinjo for their level of challenge and learning. Based on that level they earn Kinjo Coins, which they can redeem for real world rewards such as Robux. The higher the level of challenge and learning they choose, the higher the rewards. Kids can earn up to 6,000 Kinjo Coins a month, which is about $6 in Robux value.

With Kinjo Plus, you will see the time your child spends in Roblox, along with the friends they play with, skills developed, and games played in a weekly email digest.