How do or did YOU teach your children to surf the web safely? My children are still young so it’s something I’m constantly worrying about. We didn’t get the internet in our home until I was 10 years old and the internet just didn’t have as much to it at that time so raising children surrounded by technology and the internet with us wherever we go seems like it will be a challenge.
The More You Know Learning Series, in collaboration with NBC News, has launched Growing Up Online, the FREE eBook for parents to keep their kids safe on the Internet!
Our kids have never known a world without the Internet. They’re spending more and more time on the web, so teaching them about using technology responsibly and safely is critical. Use the #GrowingUpOnline Blog App and take the quiz to see if your child is ready to safely surf the web!
Download the FREE Growing Up Online eBook and be sure to watch all four entertaining comic book stories as a family, which show real situations that may occur when your kids go online.
This free eBook provides easy-to-use information that addresses the growing concern about kids’ online privacy and cyberbullying in a unique and engaging way. Growing Up Online is packed with important tips that every parent should know!
The following blog app has these features:
• Is Your Child Internet-Ready? QUIZ – Have you talked with your kids about online safety? Take the quiz to find out if your child is Internet-ready!
• Comic Book Videos – Watch all four comic book stories as a family to discuss real situations that may occur when your kids go online.
• DOWNLOAD the FREE eBook – Our kids have never known a world without the Internet. But that doesn’t mean they know how to behave online. Download the free eBook and start a conversation with your kids.
Giveaway: One Utah Valley Moms reader will win the Lorax DVD & Blu-ray Combo Pack. The giveaway will run through September 24, 2013 until 11:59 pm MDT. You must be 18 year or older to enter. This prize will not ship to P.O. Boxes. Entries will be checked – if one entry is marked done that has not actually been completed, it will forfeit your chance to win.
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I talk to them about the dangers of being online along with monitoring them
All set for the net
I will monitor everything that they do. I will have access to all of their accounts.
ALL SET FOR THE NET!! thanks for the giveawaY!
Congratulations, you’re ALL SET FOR THE NET!
Taking the time to talk honestly about Internet safety with your children means your kids are up to speed and web wise. Well done!
don’t click on random links and don’t give out personal information that someone could use to find her
we are all set for the net!
We talked about it and I limit their time.
we are all set to go on the internet.
My son is still pretty young but he sees that our computers are in the open and we spend time together on the computer.
My granddaughter is almost 3 so we are online together at all times!!
My results from the quiz is that we are ALL SET FOR THE NET!!!
My daughter is only 2 so I haven’t had a full conversation with her about it. But, whenever she does get to use things like pbs.org I sit with her and help her use it so I can see what she does (and also so she doesn’t mess up our computers. 🙂 ).
We are all set for the net!! 🙂
We don’t give any personal information out
All set for the net.
My children are too young for the computer yet but when they are old enough I plan on keeping our computer in the living room only so we can monitor their activity. Also using parental controls and talking to my children about what is and isn’t acceptable.
The quiz said I am All Set for the Net.
all set for the net
teach them not to give out personal info and check search history and put on child filters and put computer in living room.
all set for the net.
I tell them not to click on any popups or ads.
Checking search history.
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