A new app designed specifically for kids, Messenger Kids, allows them to video chat and send messages to friends and family. Facebook rolled out a preview Monday, and they say it is most likely to attract kids age 6 to 11, raising concerns for online safety for some parents. But Facebook says parents will have complete control of the app, like approving contacts before kids can begin chatting and there will be no ads or in-app purchases. Nikki Fountas, a mother of two living in North Carolina, got to test out the app with her kids. "I think at some point, we need to be realistic that social media isn't going away,” Fountas said. "It's actually really great for kids to see how grownups communicate effectively online and you can have the chance to model it for them."