We are working on Digital Citizenship for the subject of Technology and how to use the Internet responsibly. Our children’s safety should be a priority and with all of the recent news of Cyberbullying and all of the information our children have access to, we as parents have to monitor their activities even more whether it is online, mobile, texting, etc.
With the increase in online usage and Virtual/Distance learning, it is important to monitor and ensure our children have a safe experience online. As parents we want to protect them as much as we can – here are a few sites to help teach your children, tweens and teens about Internet safety:
www.netsmartzkids.org/ Super cute site for kids and parents, with cute games, printables, videos used to teach about online safety.
https://www.netsmartzkids.org/games/ Game zone i.e.: capturing outlaw online bandits, teaching online safety rules, game quests, matching, coloring pages and so much more…
http://www.netsmartz.org/index.aspx Teaching online safety for parents, kids, teens, teachers, law enforcement.
http://www.nsteens.org/ Click on the link to access the following: Interactive site with games, videos, online safety, teaching social networking responsibly, sharing too much information online, sexting Cyberbullying, predators, chat rooms and more…
Here are a few more sites:
Web Wise Kids – http://www.webwisekids.org/
Wired Kids – http://wiredkids.org/
Go McGruff – http://gomcgruff.com/m3/index.asp
Internet Safety https://www.broadbandsearch.net/blog/internet-safety-kids
Sammy’s Guide to Internet Safety – An interactive learning resource for educators and parents, Sammy’s Guide to Internet Safety. The guide teaches kids how to enjoy the internet safely while providing fun activities and games. Includes a Downloadable form.
Our team at Decision Data created a parent resource we thought would be helpful guide to help parents learn how different technologies can affect their children. It goes over health effects:
- descriptions of different social media platforms
- parental control options
- how to schedule internet time
- how to educate your child about scams and internet theft.
Possible discounts available to seniors when looking to set up a new internet service.
During these unprecedented times, many American families are considering road travel as a safer alternative to flying during the holidays. In order to ensure safety on the road, it is important for drivers to plan ahead to keep the family safe, engaged, and entertained.
Our team created a road trip safety guide that helps parents concerned about their child’s safety on the road create a well-planned road trip with peace of mind during the pandemic.
We developed an interactive and printable workbook that allows the whole family to participate. It includes the following:
If you have any additional website links or internet safety resources or you want to be added to the list – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org