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E-safety By Oliver s and Jannat
Safe Never ever put data about you on the website. It could be dangerous.
Meeting When you go on the computer if you make a friend be warned! They could be lying if you want to meet the an adult must be with you.
accepting Never ever accept any s off internet it could be dangerous.The person might be lying.
Reliable Information you find on internet may not be true, or someone online may be lying about who they are.
Tell If you get an e-mil that is not someone you know tell a grown up it could be dangerous
E-Safety Charlie T and Charley E. Keeping Safe S safe M meeting A accepting R reliable T tell.
S = Stay safe M = Meet up A = Accepting information R = Reliable T = Tell someone.
E-SAFETY QUIZ. Do you have to accept every friend request on Facebook?
By Mitch Parker. These rules are a great guide to go on when using the internet. These rules are going to be the main rules to the internet in the.
I Can Stay Safe Online!. We can use the computer to…
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+ An Introduction to Safety on the Internet 1 Material and Advice provided by:
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Are you SMART?. SMART SafeMeetAcceptReliableTell Keep safe Be careful not to give out personal information such as your address, phone number, real.
S m a r t S m a r t Kieran Bradley JacobJay S M A R T And remember: be S M A R T S Safe Keep safe by being careful not to give out personal information.
Cyber Time! 4 th grade. Personal Information Never share your name to anyone on the internet. Do not share your address, and even your parents’
E-Safety By Ruby H and Tomasz. S.M.A.R.T S You will have to keep safe on the internet, don’t send a picture of yourself. M Only meet someone if you know.
Cyber Time Fifth Grade. Personal Information Don’t share your parents’ information Don’t give your password for a website to anyone.
Internet Safety Jeopardy What Not To Give Away What Not To Do True or False Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Kristin Day. Social networking Internet shopping Blogging Communication Lots more!
Cyber Time For Second Grade Personal Information Never give out your full name. Never give out your address while on the internet. Never give out.
E Safety Communicating safely - 2. Instant Messaging Online.
Thing to do to keep safe on the web. Internet safety Never ever meet up with someone you don't no other wise they will find you and
Jeopardy Danger SafteySecret Info Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Get involved with your children online and encourage balanced use – set time limits Make sure they know who to talk to if they feel uncomfortable Talk.
Helpful Hints for Students, Parents and Families By: Candice B. Jones or Mrs. Jones.
Let’s create a better internet together Safer Internet Day 2016 Primary Assembly.
+ Women’s Leadership Group – An Introduction. + Agenda Introduction of participants Brief Overview of Hello World project Review of proposed tasks and.
All you need to know about E-safety by a Year 5 student called Harry from Dunston Primary School. Made during the ICT Primary Links visits in May 2010.
Safer Internet Day February 10 th Good afternoon Welcome to our e-safety assembly e-safety assembly.
Safer Internet Day. What do you use the Internet for? watching TV shows watching online videos playing gamestalking to friends homeworkfinding out things.
Internet safety Sticking to the rules will make your life a lot easier.
Cyber Time Katlyn Wagner-Miller Kindergarten. Personal Information Don’t share your name/parents name/ teacher’s name. Can share your favorite color and.
E-Safety Quiz. Would you meet up with someone you didn’t know on the internet? E-Safety Quiz.
Internet Safety Name: 1 – Safe or Unsafe Sharing your real name with someone you met online SafeUnsafe.
HOW TO BE SAFE ONLINE ?. INTRO About 40% out of 100% in the world get cyber bullied. Is that acceptable? If it were you would you accept? Kids that are.
Internet Safety KNOW HOW TO STAY SAFE ONLINE. You should never give out certain information over the internet. Examples include: Your last name
Internet Safety By Paige. General Rules for Keeping Safe on The Web Never give out personal information on the internet Never use your own name as a login.
1. Guard your privacy. What people know about you is up to you. 2. Protect your reputation. Self-reflect before you self-reveal. What’s funny or edgy.
WHEN YOU GO ON WEBSITES YOU SEE PEOPLE THAT YOU DON’T KNOW IF YOU SEE A STRANGER ONLINE TELL AN TRUSTED ADULT. WHEN YOU GO ON THE INTERNET IT HAS.
Talking Safely Online Let’s Chat!. Share Your Online Experiences! Can you ever really know if an online-only friend is male or female? Can you know for.
E-SAFETY. INTRODUCTION In this PowerPoint presentation you will find out about how to stay safe on to internet and not to fall into a trap on the internet.
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Cyber Time 4th Grade Personal Information You can share your favorite food! You can share your favorite colors! Don’t share your cell phone number! Don’t.
Cyber Time. Personal Info NEVER share your name, address, and phone number!!! Anything you wouldn’t tell a stranger in real life, don’t share on the internet.
Welcome to Year 5’s E Safety Assembly. Be careful what you click on !!!!!! Don’t click on anything if you don’t know what it is because you don’t know.
Internet Safety Tips Stay safe, stay smart!. This includes: your real name, your address, your phone number Do not share your name, address, phone.
W HAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE SAFE ONLINE ? By: K and A.
IDENTIFYING ONLINE PREDATORS i-Safe, Inc.. DO YOU GO ONLINE? Do you go online alone? What do you do online? How do you know how old someone is that.
INTERNET SAFETY Rule #1 I will not give out ANY personal information! not your phone # not your parents phone # not your address not your full name not.
YEAR 6’S GUIDE TO STAYING SAFE ON THE INTERNET. CHATTING When you are chatting to people online, try not to give out any personal information about yourself.
Cyber Time 3 rd grade. Personal Information -Don’t post your , address, or your cell phone number. -Don’t share your last name online. -Don’t post.
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