Internet Safety

How to stay safe online!

This video talks all about internet safety!

Internet Safety for Kids K-3

Personal Information

When you are on the internet, never share any personal information! This includes, your full name, address, any activities that you are in that would help someone find you. There is no reason for someone on the internet to need to know those things about you.

What is considered Personal Information??

Jigsaw: Assembly for 8 -10 year olds

Check out this Information on Facebook Safety

Facebook is a fun way to stay connected with your friends, but you need to make sure that you are doing it in a safe and appropriate way!
You should never be friends with someone on Facebook that you do not know. You also should not put any personal contact information on your page. If your friend needs to contact you, they can through the messaging feature or they can ask you for your number in person!

Kid's Health's take on Internet Safety

Rules for Internet Safety

  1. Always ask your parents' permission before using your full name, address, telephone number or school name anywhere on the Internet.
  2. Always tell your parents or guardian if you see something online that you know is wrong or that makes you feel uncomfortable.
  3. Don't respond to messages that make you feel uncomfortable or uneasy.
  4. Never give out a credit card number or password online.
  5. Never send out your picture without your parents' permission.
  6. Be careful when someone offers you something for nothing, such as gifts or money.
  7. Don't ever accept a gift or an offer that involves having someone visit your house.
  8. Never arrange to meet someone you've met online in person unless you discuss it with your parents and an adult goes with you.
  9. Talk to your parents to set up rules for going online. Decide with them the best time of day to be online, the length of time to be online, and appropriate areas to visit.
  10. Get to know your "online friends" just as you get to know all of your other friends. Be sure that you are dealing with someone that you and your parents know and trust before giving out any personal information about yourself via email.
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Another website that can help kids stay safe online

This website is so great because it has internet safety tips and facts for all different age levels. It has things for kids to look at, but also things for parents! Parents are an important part of children being safe on the internet!