Did You Know?
Take the Child Safety Quiz. . .
Parents, guardians, and adults who care for children face constant challenges when trying to help keep children safer in today's fast-paced world. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) offers easy-to-use safety resources to help address these challenges. NCMEC's Website offers a range of practical information for parents and guardians that will help keep children safe from harm.
The site also features an interactive quiz on child safety designed for both adults and children. To take the quiz, visit the NCMEC Web site by clicking below and click on "Child Safety": www.missingkids.com
Net Cetera explains to parents and their children how to deal with issues such as social networking, cyberbullying, using mobile phones safely, and protecting the family computer from badware. The booklet is practical (in English & Spanish), plain-language, and value-neutral, so all parents – regardless of whether they are technologically savvy – can use it to help their kids make better decisions about online behavior.
Educational resources created by OnGuardOnline.gov offers free discussion guides to help parents talk with children or to serve as materials for PTA meetings or anywhere else parents might gather.
Take 25 - National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, simple age-appropriate strategies for talking with children about personal safety
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