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Site: A Thin Line Grade Level: M H Rating: A Plus
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From MTV, an online campaign educating people about sexting, cyberbullying and digital dating abuse.
Site: Budd:e Cybersecurity Education Grade Level: E3-5 M Rating: A Plus
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Two activity based learning units for primary or secondary (middle) students to use on how to stay safe on the internet. The activities can be completed without having the students login, but information will not be saved. If students create an account, it discusses how to securely create one.
Site: CyberBullying Hotline Grade Level: EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A Plus
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Use this website to get information on how to set up a designated phone hotline for your school for people to anonymously report cyberbulling.
Site: CyberSmart Kids Online Grade Level: EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A Plus
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A young person's guide to surfing the Net, using email and chatrooms, the smart way. This site will help you and your family to find out how to be cybersmart and use the Internet safely.
Site: Digital Passport Grade Level: E3-5 Rating: A Plus
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An interactive learning tool for kids in grades 3-5 that teaches the basics of digital safety, etiquette, and citizenship.
Site: Educate Parents About Internet Safety Grade Level: EC EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A Plus
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Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information and education that they need to thrive in a world of media and technology.
Site: Family Online Safety Institute Grade Level: EC EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A Plus
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Learn what it means to participate responsibly in a digital world with this site.
Site: How to Keep Safe in Chat Rooms Grade Level: EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A Plus
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This site provides information on the dangers of using unmoderated Internet chat rooms and aims to "stimulate parents and caregivers to take greater interest in what their children are doing on the net".
Site: Internet Safety Grade Level: EC EK-2 Rating: A Plus
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A video about how to stay safe when you're online.
Site: Internet Smarts Grade Level: EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A Plus
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What parents and teachers need to know about social networking sites, gaming sites, cell phone use and much more.
Site: NetSmartz for Educators Grade Level: EC EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A Plus
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Online safety information from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Site: Stop Cyber Bullying Grade Level: M H Rating: A Plus
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This site provides resources and opportunities for discussion and sharing for youth and their parents who have questions about or may have been targeted by online harassment.
Site: Think U Know Grade Level: EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A Plus
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This website accompanies the Thinkuknow.co.uk website. It contains films, presentations, games, lesson plans and posters that you can use to cover a wide range of issues around Internet safety.
Site: B4 U Surf Grade Level: E3-5 M H Rating: A
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This website will help you understand the dangers that are online and how to surf safely.
Site: Connect Safely Grade Level: M H Rating: A
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ConnectSafely has tips, as well as other resources, about youth online safety, safe blogging and social networking.
Site: Get Net-Wise Grade Level: EC EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A
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Information for anyone responsible for students on the net. It is also good material to be distributed to parents.
Site: iKeep Safe Grade Level: EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A
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These resources are for parents, educators and others who teach kids how to use new media devices and platforms in safe and healthy ways.
Site: Own Your Space--Keep Yourself and Your Stuff Safe Online Grade Level: E3-5 M H Rating: A
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A digital book that can be downloaded and shared with parents on how to keep tweens and teens safe while online.
Site: Safety Advice Tools Grade Level: EC EK-2 E3-5 M H Rating: A
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A guide to Internet safety for young people, originally from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Interactive Services Association.
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