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124: Internet Safety

24-page Mini Book Measures: 4¼" x 5 ½"
Age: Lower Elementary

Computers · Tablets · Phones

Safetypup® and his friends help explain all aspects of this technology including Internet safety, texting, social media, cyberbullying, and more.

Topics: Technology Respect; Electrical Safety: Cords, Charging; Health & Safety Tips: Posture, Breaks, Neck Support; Walking & Texting; Repetitive Stress Injury: Texting Neck, Texting Thumb, Cell Phone Elbow; Internet Basics & Safety; User Names & Passwords; Dangerous Strangers; Online Safety; Apps; Gaming Devices/Online Games; Cyberbullying; Computer Zombies.


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NCSC Child Safety Educational Materials & Programs

Law enforcement departments across the U.S. provide NCSC safety educational materials and programs free of charge to the citizens of their community. If your local police or sheriff department doesn't currently provide our materials then please encourage them to visit NationalChildSafetyCouncil.org and contact us to learn how they can partner with National Child Safety Council.

 

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