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1. 8 Tips for Protecting Children and Teens Online.

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A security guide for parents, caregivers and educators.  SEE MORE
 
2. A Guide to Internet Safety.

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How to keep kids and teens safe online.  SEE MORE
 
3. A Guide to Protecting Children's Privacy Online.

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Up-to-date information on children’s privacy on the Internet. This guide presents the whole checklist of ideas to defend your child from potential online threats. SEE MORE
 
4. Beginner's Guide to Online Security and Privacy.

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Excellent advice, not just for beginners. It is intended to be a basic guide for people who use the Internet on a daily basis.  SEE MORE
 
5. Child Internet Safety.

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Here are some of the most important things for parents, teachers, counselors, and authority figures to do to keep children safe online. Includes a variety of tips and suggestions.  SEE MORE
 
6. Cyber Safety for Kids.

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As a parents it is best to stay fortified with all the information there is know about emerging threats, the latest school yard jargon and ways to deal with issues that emerge as a result of cyber behavior. Find out more about the ways you can make the right choices and decisions for your child’s cyber safety. SEE MORE
 
7. Cyberbullying.

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Information and resources on the online crime cyberbulling. SEE MORE
 
8. Dealing with Cyberbullying.

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Tips for kids and parents to prevent and stop cyberbullying. SEE MORE
 
9. eSafety: Parents Guide To Keeping Children Safe Online.

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Are you concerned about some of the dangers that the internet presents for your children? Do you want to know what you should do to prevent any dangerous situation related to your children and the internet?  SEE MORE
 
10. Family Contract for Online Safety - Kids' Pledge.

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Kids' Rules for Online Safety - (from SafeKids.com) This would be good to print and post near your child's computer. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.] This link includes something for the teacher to print  SEE MORE
 
11. GetNetWise.

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Four Areas of Assistance; Online Safety Guide, Tools for Families, Web Sites for Kids, and Reporting Trouble. SEE MORE
 
12. Guide to Cyberbullying.

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Awareness and prevention of cyberbullying. SEE MORE
 
13. Guide to Keeping Our Kids Safe Online.

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What dangers to look for, and some quick tips to help protect students.  SEE MORE
 
14. Guide to Online Safety for Kids.

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As parents navigate the unpredictable, massive online landscape, it’s important they keep the lines of communication open and continue learning about what their kids are exposed to. In the effort to keep kids safe online, the following resources of ideas and links to helpful sites can be valuable tools. SEE MORE
 
15. How to Keep Kids Safe Using Social Media.

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Keeping safe from a number of clear risks, particularly for children and young people. SEE MORE
 
16. How to Protect your Kids Online | The Ultimate Children’s Protection Guide.

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The internet hides many dangers, and instead of protecting the children from the Internet, we should warn them, and explain the dangers.  SEE MORE
 
17. Internet Safety for Kids.

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Understand the meaning of online safety, learn about online child safety laws and find out how you can educate your students on the importance of staying safe online  SEE MORE
 
18. Internet Safety Tips for Kids (25 Tips That Every Parent Must Know).

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The purpose of this guide is to educate parents about the risks their children face when using the internet. Common threats are identified and assessed with steps parents can take to protect their children from those dangers. SEE MORE
 
19. Keeping Your Kids Safe Online.

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Learn more about the CIPA laws in your state.  SEE MORE
 
20. Kids Health Internet Safety.

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From Kids Health for Parents. Spanish version is also available.  SEE MORE
 
21. KidsCom.

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The Idea Seekers want you to Play Smart, Stay Safe and Have Fun while you're on the Internet. (Internet safety games included)  SEE MORE
 
22. NetSmartz.

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Several Videos about Cyber Bullying and other internet safety issues. This resource includes voice instructions for students. A video is available through this link.  SEE MORE
 
23. Online Safety.

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From the New York Missing and Exploited Children Clearinghouse [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.] SEE MORE
 
24. Parent's Guide to Internet Safety.

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An Internet safety guide provided by the FBI. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive.]  SEE MORE
 
25. Parent's Guide to Internet Safety.

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Parents Guide to Internet Safety - keeping your child safe online. SEE MORE
 
26. Parents Guide to Protecting Kids Online.

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20 ways to protect kids online.  SEE MORE
 
27. Privacy Playground.

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Designed for ages 8-10, the CyberPigs play on their favorite Web site and encounter marketing ploys, spam and a close encounter with a not-too-friendly wolf. This resource includes voice instructions for students.  SEE MORE
 
28. Protecting Your Children on Their Smartphone.

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Cell phone safety for kids, the ultimate guide for parents.  SEE MORE
 
29. Safe Online Surfing.

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FBI Cyber Surf Islands; resources for Teachers and for students. Also available in Spanish. Grades 3rd-8th.  SEE MORE
 
30. Teen Internet Safety - a parent's guide.

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Parents please read and share our comprehensive guide to keeping your teenagers safe online so you can understand the issues and know how to help. SEE MORE
 
31. The Essential Teen Internet Safety Guide.

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Tips, techniques and advice about how to protect teens from a whole host of dangers, including fraud and identity theft. SEE MORE
 
32. The Police Notebook.

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Kid Safety on the Internet - Presented in a "slide-show" fashion, containing questions and answers to help kids protect themselves and handle emergencies (Parents may wish to help guide younger kids through the pages and discuss how these ideas apply to them around the home and at school.) [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive]  SEE MORE
 
33. The Ultimate Parent Guide for Protecting Your Child on the Internet.

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"If we take a look outside of the home, and venture into schools and educational settings, technology is present everywhere. Teachers and other learning professionals are setting homework that forces children to use technology for research, as well as providing recommendations of specific apps to use for various educational avenues and tasks." "Take time to read this comprehensive guide to protecting your child’s online life. You might learn a few new tricks for yourself, but more importantly, you will be able to confidently give your child the freedom to explore the internet, without risk and with less worry from your side as to what they might or do." SEE MORE
 
34. The Utimate Guide to All Things Safety.

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Tips to safeguard your privacy and protect your online presence  SEE MORE
 
35. Ultimate Parent's Guide to Internet Safety.

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The following infographic looks at the facts and figures regarding children and the Internet, while offering tips and tools to encourage a safe and productive online environment.  SEE MORE
 

Internet4classrooms is a collaborative effort by Susan Brooks and Bill Byles.
 

  

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