Internet Safety

The PBS Kids Webonauts Internet Academy game empowers kids to make responsible and respectful decisions in their online interactions.

NetSmartz Teens  and NetSmartz Kids are sites run by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children offering internet safety through games, videos, comics and more.

Kids Rules for Online Safety are 10 good rules geared towards younger to pre-teen children.

WebMD’s Teen Internet Safety Tips are good advice.  We like them all but our favorites?   “The Internet has a great memory so keep it’s memory clean!” and “Once you send something out on the Internet, it’s almost impossible to take it back. You have to be careful — not impulsive — …”

Massachusetts Agression Reduction Center (MARC) at Bridgewater State University offers academic-based research and resources about  cyberbullying and internet safety.

ConnectSafely.org put together Sexting Prevention Tips to help teens avoid sharing nude photos on the internet.

How to Recognize Grooming is a good source of information to help identify an online predator’s efforts to meet offline.

Advice on Talking to Your Kids About Grooming and Radicalization is good information from the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI).