Parenting - Behaviour | 0-18 yrs

Internet Safety Tips For Children

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The Internet has now become the ‘go-to’ place for almost everything. However, surfing the Internet without taking the necessary precautions can be an invitation to danger. Teach your children what they should do to before and while they are on the surfing.

Our ClipBook tells you what you should tell your child before you let them browse the Internet.

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Don’T Give Out Personal Details

These days children know very well how to navigate themselves around the Internet. They use the World Wide Web to research homework assignments, find out what is going on in the world, stay in touch with friends...

Don’T Share Passwords

We all know that we should create passwords that are really difficult to figure out, but have you talked to your kids about online password safety? Our kids are very tech savvy, so I think we often forget that...

Don’T Share Pictures

On a recent visit to a mall, I witnessed a ‘cute’ toddler being photographed by her parents, a very common sight when families go out nowadays. The mother was instructing the child to pose in front of the glass...

Report Cyberbullying

The first step to keep your kids in speaking out is to stop discouraging them from talking. You may not even realize you are going to discourage them, but with you telling them to stop asking questions...

Be Careful While Downloading And Sharing

Some kids share music, games, or software online. Peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing allows people to share these kinds of files through an informal network of computers running the same software...

Beware Of Strangers

The term “stranger danger” was coined as a warning to children: beware the unknown adult, proceed with caution and be very careful what personal information you reveal. The question is, do adults take their...

Be Careful What You Post

It might seem harmless to sit around and chat with our cyber friends from time to time. It can be fun talking small things with people we don’t know, but… you never know what kind of a person the one you have...

What To Do If You Find Something Disturbing

A recent survey by Commonsense Media found that about half of teenagers feel addicted to their cellphones, and even more of their parents agree. But it’s not just mobile devices. The sheer number and...

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