Internet Safety for Kids
It's important to know what our kids are doing on the internet and to teach them appropriate rules to keep everyone safe.
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2019 online safety tips
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Screen Time: Using Technology as a Consequence or Reward for Your Child
Technology Contract - use as a template for our family's use? “Get off the iPod! Stop playing video games. Turn off the TV! No, you can’t have a smartphone yet! Do you think we’re made of money? And what do you need a phone for anyway—you’re not even in high school yet!” Sound familiar? Click here to download your free Technology Contract! I should put these ... Read More
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Digital Citizenship Jenga for classroom lessons. How to: buy Jenga games at yard sales/thrift stores (around $1 each). Use Sharpie oil-based paint pens to color the ends. Teach digital citizenship lesson and follow-up with a Jenga review game! (I created a worksheet to go along with this for students to record their answers and take home to discuss with parents.)
5 easy ways in keeping kids safe online
5 ways to check to monitor what your kids are doing on their phone | Non-Technical Mums | Helping Kids With Technology | Kids Online Safety | Protect Children Online | Children And Social Media | internet safety | digital parenting | edtech #games #digitalparenting #apps
Holiday Tech Gift Guide-What Parents Need to Know
The necessity of parental controls, monitoring and filtering is unquestionable. It doesn’t have to be a difficult task. There are many ways for conscientious, responsible parents to safeguard their children. Read the article to find out how.
Social Media: A Highlight Reel That is Destroying Our Kids
Social media is often referred to as a “highlight reel,” meaning everyone shares their best moments in life. Because of this, comparison is becoming a common negative feeling, especially in kids. “Such comparisons may occur frequently with [social media] use because users tend to disproportionately represent positive life developments, portray themselves to be happier than they actually are” (Hanna, 2017).
Child ID Theft: Could Your Family Be At Risk? - Educate Empower Kids
Imagine the following situation: Your child is getting ready to go and spend some time with friends at the mall. Before they leave you give them a hug and on their back you place a large sticker that includes your child’s name, age, nicknames, birthdate, address, social security number, banking information and other personal and private info. You may question what parent would ever do such a thing. The answer is: all of us, unless... Read the article to find out!
12 Dangerous Social Media Challenges 2019 [Updated harmful teen trends]
Young teens and minors mostly share stunts, challenges, and trends on social networking apps in the form of videos and photos. Parents can get to know children activities and stop them doing insane activities with cell phone monitoring software.