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With awesome cartoon-style design, animation, games, activities, and free giveaways like wallpaper for your computer, this site is pulling out all the stops to show kids how using the Internet can be fun and safe. Focusing on Internet safety instruction, the site educates kids on how to follow Internet etiquette, avoid illegal activities like downloading improperly, and what to do when receiving an email from a stranger or a spammer. Many of the resources are good tips for adults, too!

Published by National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Boys and Girls Club of America in 2001

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Grade Level(s):Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Curriculum Areas:Computer Science
Themes/Keywords: Cyberbullying
Internet Safety

cybersafety, predators, Internet, law enforcement, computer virus, privacy, passwords

Essential Question(s)
1. Who's your friend on the Internet?
2. How can you be safe on the Internet?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What are your rules for Internet use?
2. What are the tricks that online predators use?
3. What does red, yellow and green mean when you want to be safe online?
4. What do you do when you receive a message from someone you do not know?

Extension and Activities
1. Define your online friends by creating an online friend mobile.
2. Create a strong password.

"I am a teacher at 107th elementary school in LAUSD, an inner-city school. Everything good that is given to us - is then taken away. The CADRE has brought art, music, dance, drama and light to a very difficult academic community. The Cadre is the only wonderful experience happening at 107th street school - this program needs to be continually funded. As well as encouraging students to find new areas of expertise, the teachers participate and learn about programs new to them as well. The Kathryn Dunham Dance Company was totally inspiring and intriguing as I got a taste of the dance the students would learn. The Marchall Dance Company was the only HOLIDAY PROGRAM my 1st graders received this year - and it was a dandy! Just Great! Samuel, a 1st grader in my class, was called to join in the welcoming dance and my whole class was proud of him and he was elated. Please, continue the funding for the CADRE. Thank you. Rosemary Pluskat"

Rosemary Pluskat
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LAUSD - Los Angeles, California

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