How to be safe online
Yes, now days almost every online safety page has this, but it is important. For instance, did you know, 81% of young people think bullying online is easier to get away with than bullying in person? Yea, it's a lot, but guess what, almost 43% of kids have been bullied online, and guess what, 1/4 of them it's happened more than once! If you want, here's a quiz about cyber bullying: http://stopcyberbullying.org/kids/are_you_a_cyberbully.html
YouTube is an easy way to listen to music, learn, and watch funny cat videos on, but you have to be appropriate with it. There are many inappropriate videos it is seriously a problem. If you watch an inappropriate video, you will get caught. You don't want to be the kid who got in trouble because your friend saw you watching a video on toilets.
Is your password secure?
You never want an "easy" password such as incorrect or 1234 and don't use personal information in your password, either. They can be guessed quicker than you think. Instead, think of something that only you or your parents will know. But, NEVER, EVER, EVER tell anyone (besides your parents) your password.
Here's a video about social media cautions:
Jigsaw: for 8 -10 year olds