Poster to have in the class using the SMART acronym to share with students how to use the internet safely.

Informational poster to have in the class using the SMART acronym to share with students how to use the internet safely.

Internet Safety Tips for Kids and Teens {Infographic}

Internet Safety Tips for Kids and Teens {Infographic

Infographic on Internet Safety for Kids Teens created by Lexero Law Firm and posted by Infographic Journal PR or Personal Safety

I think almost every parent has the fear of allowing their kids to have access to the internet and then having them be exposed to something bad.  Whether it’s viewing something that is inappropriate or being approached by someone pretending to be someone else.  One of the hardest jobs of a parent is addressing these...Read More »

Kid's Internet Safety Family Home Evening - FREE Printable! -

Internet Safety for Kids and Teens. This is a quick cheat sheet for non-techie parents who care about keeping their kids safer online. Excellent resource!!!!!

Internet Safety for Kids and Teens. This is a quick cheat sheet for non-techie parents who care about keeping their kids safer online. It takes about 30 - 45 minutes to make these simple changes!

The Ultimate Parent's Guide to Internet Safety Infographic looks offeris tips and tools to encourage a safe online environment.

The Ultimate Parent& Guide to Internet Safety Infographic looks offeris tips and tools to encourage a safe online environment.

cyber safety "poster"

A general online safety poster that encompasses everything from cyber bullying to plagiarism to online predators.

This is really, really important, and it's really sad that it's necessary.

I've met people online before and it's a great thing, so don't get paranoid! But don't lose caution either. It's extremely important to know who you're talking to. Stay safe kiddos ✌ <---- caution is good

It's important to know what types of bullying/inappropriate behaviors exist to try to prevent or avoid them.

It's important to know what types of bullying/inappropriate behaviors exist to try to prevent or avoid them. This was added to make us aware of the different types of bullying that goes on.

Study finds that 38% of children on Facebook are younger than 12. Keep you children safe by monitoring their online usage.

38% of Children on Facebook Are Younger Than 12

I really enjoyed looking at this, because it gives kids who are thinking about digging into social media the facts about kids safety. It is a very valuable resource for the elementary level.

Internet Safety Facts Parents Must Know About - EdTechReview™ (ETR)

Internet safety facts parents must know about for their kids of families. Know the latest internet safety facts in order to prevent Cyberbullying from getting their hands on your personal information.

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