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.

Keep your children safe online and teach them security measures that will help them avoid the dangers of social media and other potential threats on the internet. http://www.internetchildsafeguard.com/

This is a great illustration using the acronym "SMART" to illustrate online safety rules. These rules can be easily remembered in this manner.

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Handout for nonprofit schools to share with students, teachers, and parents about how to be safe online. These were developed to promote online safety and communication with parents and teachers in a rapidly changing landscape of online behaviors.

Digital Safety Sort - just copy, cut, and glue!

Online Safety Digital Footprint Sort

Digital Safety Sort is a fun and easy activity to visually help students learn about online safety. It is important to incorporate activities like these to help them absorb the information.

internet safety is really important especially for kids and teenagers who dont know what they are doing.

Standard A: Office Safety-internet safety is really important especially for kids and teenagers who don't know what they are doing.

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

Classroom Posters and Resources for Teaching Students about Digital Citizenship ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

internet safety - Classroom Posters and Resources for Teaching Students about Digital Citizenship ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Internet Safety Display Posters. Internet Safety day. Free printable.

A handy set of internet display posters featuring key topic images and information on keeping your students safe while they use the internet and computers.

This site has links to the best websites for internet safety for kids.

This site has links to the best websites for internet safety for kids. It is fun and intriguing for kids/students to learn about.

Argueta-Stay Safe Online:  This poster uses the word Smart to remind students of the rules that will help them safe on the internet. The letters in the word smart stand for safe, meet, accepting, reliable, and tell.  It informs students not to give out personal information, to avoid meeting someone on line without a parent, not to accept emails or messages from unknown sources, to check if information is true, and to tell an adult if something “feels uncomfortable.”

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Rules for children for online safety. Have the student read this to understand online safety.

Online safety poster | LearnEnglish Teens | British Council

This online safety poster educates individuals on how to keep their life online safe, Almost everything is online now, so this is very beneficial to even have printed out on a wall inside the classroom.

Great infographic on how to keep elementary school kids tech-safe, including internet safety, online security and technology rules for families! Something all parents need to know!

Keeping Kids Tech Safe

Online Safety - Great infographic on how to keep elementary school kids tech-safe, including internet safety, online security and technology rules for families! Something all parents need to know!

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