Internet Safety

Descriptions of the resources above:

Common Sense Media gives reviews for online resources and games often used by kids.

 Family WatchDog Gives you information about where sex offenders are during the day and night. There is also safety information and tips.

 iKeepSafe teaches basic rules of Internet safety to children and parents, reaching them online and in school. Governors and/or first spouses formed this coalition in partnership with a growing list of crime prevention organizations, law enforcement agencies, foundations and corporate sponsors.

Internet Safety 101 is a digitally-based internet safety resource designed to educate, equip and empower parents, educators and other adults with the knowledge and resources needed to protect children from Internet dangers including pornography, predators, cyberbullies and threats related to online gaming, social networking and mobile devices.

National Online Safety equips school staff, parents and children with the knowledge they need to understand online dangers and how best to react should an incident arise.

NetLingo has thousands of definitions that easily explain the Internet and the online world of business, technology, and communication.

NetSmartz Workshop - Educate. Engage. Empower. is committed to the safety of children and teens both on and offline. The kids" section is particularly good for children through fourth grade and does not link to any outside source to ensure to safe and positive experience for children.

Panda Security helps with parental controls.

ProtectMiChild helps block adult-themed content from reaching your child or teen on their phone, tablet or other electronic device.

Safe Kids is your family's guide to mak
ing the Internet and Technology fun, safe and productive.

Smart Phone & Social Media Safety Guide provides some strategies to stay safe when using phones, apps, and/or social media. (Thank you to the Lyndhurst STEM Club for sharing this resource!)