Kid’s Internet Safety Family Home Evening – FREE Printable!
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
Digital Citizenship Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms | Common Sense Education
In the Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum
Probably the most pinned posts and images on this blog are those that include the Before you Speak: THINK posters. I created the first one back in 2011 here and then have updated it several times here and here and here. As I prepared to send out some resources to teachers in our district regarding Digital Citizenship Week next week, I decided it was time for another update! First up, just the original poster with new icons and fonts: Next, same info but a twist on the layout. Next, two…
7 Internet Safety Games to Help Kids Become Cyber Smart
It's important to educate children about online safety. Here are the best educational internet safety games.
Reconnect Your Domain | Wix.com
Guidance lesson on Cyber Etiquette for Friendships, for Grades 4-6. Teach kids how to communicate using technology in an appropriate manner. NEVER create another guidance lesson again with our aligned K-6 guidance lessons! We've got more GUIDANCE LESSON Plans, all which are aligned for grades K-6! Each lesson plan has a Word doc for each grade level and a PDF that includes all interactive activities and printables.
Facebook, YouTube, Texting: Rules of the Road for Kids
Our kids are growing up in public. Here are a few rules of the road that will help our kids make smart decisions online. For more reviews and advice visit co...
Kids’ Rules for Online Safety
These rules are aimed mostly at younger children, at oldest pre-teens. Appropriate “rules” for online use vary by age, maturity of the child and family values (updated June, 2013) 1. I will not give out personal information such as my address, telephone number, parents’ work address/telephone number without my parents’ permission. 2. I will tell my [...]