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Kids

For Kids

The Internet is an amazing place! There are so many games, fun web sites, and great ways to keep in touch with your friends. Just like the real world, there are a few things you need to keep in mind to protect yourself.

These games and resources are made just for you. They are a fun way to explore the Internet even more, and learn how you can surf safely!

Games and Activities


  • iKeepSafe Internet Safety Coalition

    This site uses an animated icon/mascot named Faux Paw the Techno Cat to teach children the importance of protecting personal information and avoiding inappropriate places on the Internet.

  • Net Smartz Kids

    A fully interactive site of fun activities, videos, and games designed to help you learn more about Internet safety.

  • Surf Swell Island

    An exciting, quiz-driven adventure game about Internet safety featuring classic Disney® characters. Helps you learn how to "Surf Swell" on the Internet.

  • KidsCom Jr.

    An Internet safety game to help you play smart, stay safe, and have fun while you're on the Internet.
  • Cyber Spacers
    A web "club" featuring entertainment, games, and other interactive events as you continue on your travels in "cyberspace".

Resources

  • Safe Cyber Surfing

    A few simple cyber surfing guidelines on how to stay safe when you are surfing the Internet.
  • Play It Cyber Safe
    Explore the Cyber Tree House and gain access to videos, games, and other fun online resources.

Top 3 Ways to Protect Yourself Online

  • Be careful when communicating online. Remember, online people are strangers if you do not personally know them. Never agree to meet someone without your parent's permission.

  • Never share personal information. Keep your name, address, phone number, age, and school information private. Always ask your parents before you provide any personal information to an online site or person.

  • Tell your parents if something makes you feel uncomfortable. Your parents want you to be safe. Talk to them when you encounter an online concern.