Internet Safety

A Quick Guide for Mrs. McDonnell's 5th Grade Class

Things to Keep in Mind

  • Be sure to only visit trusted sites.
  • Never open an e-mail from a sender you do not recognize.
  • Never give out personal information on the Internet. This includes your password.
  • Tell an adult (parent or teacher) immediately if something makes you uncomfortable.
  • Do not post someone else's work (picture, writing, etc) as your own.
  • Remember to practice good netiquette. If you need a netiquette refresher, check out the Boston Public Library's website that is linked below!

Caution! Remember! Hault!

** Just because it is on the internet does NOT mean it is true!
** Always check the facts.
** Never spread information you know is not true. (Don't be a cyber bully!)
Why would they do that - just go on the internet and tell lies

Play an Internet Safety Game

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Cyber Safety: "Online Security" www.pinterest.com
Caution: "Caution HD" www.wallpaperswide.com
Arthur: "Why would they do that..." www.youtube.com
School: "570704.gif?224" www.kdavis.mck.weebly.com
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