So I know this might not seem as practical but it was the best choice I could find with my daughter.
The main computer in the house, I replaced with Windows 8. It has awesome parental controls compared to past Windows versions. I was able to create her a "kids" email address(which is actually tied to your email address, so you get weekly account activity logs) to connect with her windows account, which then I could completely control everything she can do on the internet. So she can visit the different minecraft wiki's and other little kids websites that I have already approved.
If she tries to venture away from these webpages, it will give a stop window and tell her to ask her parents for permission to access it. You, the parent, then has to go over to the computer and enter your own password before she can view it.
It works great at giving her a "little" freedom without completely closing off the internet from her.
Plus with Windows 8 new "Start" screen. You can put all her book marks and program shortcuts you allow her to use. No tradional desktop at all.
( I got a little off from my original thought)
Anyway, my original thought was that in windows 8, she will still have "internet access" without internet access. You can just block her from being able to visit any websites.
Last edited by marvelmanic; 15th July 2013 at 09:16 AM.