Online Internet Safety Games
Most kids and teens love playing games online. So what better way to teach them about internet safety than through free online games?
June is Internet Safety Month, which aims to raise awareness about online safety, particularly in kids and teens.
We believe that the education and safety of everyone in our community is important, so we've put together a few free resources so your children can start learning how to protect themselves online, all while having fun.
Be Internet Awesome
Built by Google, Be Internet Awesome is dedicated to preparing kids to make smart decisions online by teaching them the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety.
Be Internet Awesome covers everything from cyberbullying, privacy and security, to common internet scams.
Plus, kids can learn all of these lessons by playing Interland, an online adventure game that teaches key lessons of digital safety.
To check it out, click here.
NetSmartzKids is another free online resource that teaches important online safety practices to kids through fun, engaging, and informative content.
Kids can watch episodes of the educational cartoon "Into the Cloud," play a variety of games, read e-books, and download printable activities like word jumbles and color by numbers.
To learn more, click here.
The internet can seem like a large and sometimes scary place, for parents and for children. But it doesn't have to. With a little help and some heart-to-heart conversations, you can start educating yourself and your children about what to do and what not to do online.
We believe safety and education help keep our communities strong, safe, and happy. And we hope these free resources do the same for you and your family.
Learn more about keeping your kids safe online, with these helpful internet safety tips and resources.
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