We are working on Digital Citizenship for the subject of Technology and how to use the Internet responsibly. Our childrens' safety should be a priority and with all of the recent news of Cyberbullying and all of the information our children have access to, we as parents have to monitor their activities even more whether it is online, mobile, texting, etc. As parents we want to protect them as much as we can- here are a few sites to help teach your children, tweens and teens about Internet safety:
http://www.netsmartzkids.org/indexFL.htm Super cute site for kids and parents, with cute games, printables, videos used to teach about online safety
http://www.netsmartzkids.org/games/index.htm Game zone i.e.: capturing outlaw online bandits, teaching online safety rules, game quests, matching, coloring pages and so much more...
http://www.netsmartz.org/index.aspx Teaching online safety for parents, kids, teens, teachers, law enforcement
http://www.nsteens.org/ Click on games to access the following: Interactive site with games, videos, online safety, teaching social networking responsibly, sharing too much information online, Cyberbullying, predators, chat rooms and more...
Here are a few more sites:
Web Wise Kids - http://www.webwisekids.org/
Wired Kids - http://wiredkids.org/
Go McGruff - http://gomcgruff.com/m3/index.asp
This is a short list of sites if you have any more you would like to share feel free to leave a comment with additional links. Here's to using the Internet responsibly. I would love to hear your feedback!