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Table of Contents Internet Safety Rule #1 Internet Safety Rule #1 – Personal Information Internet Safety Rule #2 Internet Safety Rule #2 – Uncomfortable Information Internet Safety Rule #3 Internet Safety Rule #3 – Strangers & Meeting Up Internet Safety Rule #4 Internet Safety Rule #4 – Sending Pictures Internet Safety Rule #5 Internet Safety Rule #5 – Responding to Messages Internet Safety Rule #6 Internet Safety Rule #6 – Screen Names Internet Safety Rule #7 Internet Safety Rule #7 – Passwords Internet Safety Rule #8 Internet Safety Rule #8 –Downloading/Installing Internet Safety Rule #9 Internet Safety Rule #9 – Online Citizen Internet Safety Rule #10 Internet Safety Rule #10 – Rules at Home Internet Safety Rule #11 Internet Safety Rule #11 – Parents Quiz Yourself! Rule 1Rule 1 Rule 6Rule 6 Rule 3Rule 3 Rule 7Rule 7 Rule 5Rule 5 Rule 8Rule 8 Activities NetSmartz Kids – Router’s Birthday SurpriseRouter’s Birthday Surprise – Activity PacketActivity Packet - Video: “NetSmartzKids Know the Rules”Video: “NetSmartzKids Know the Rules” Searching Online Online Safety Contract Web License Standards Credits
Internet Safety Rule #1 Never give out personal information without your parents’ permission. This includes: your address your telephone number your parents’ work address/telephone number the name and location of your school
Quiz Yourself! Which information is okay to give out to someone on the Internet? Your address Your phone number The name of your school None of these
Internet Safety Rule #2 Tell your parents right away if you come across any information that makes you feel uncomfortable.
Internet Safety Rule #3 Never talk to strangers online. Never agree to get together with someone you “meet” online without checking with your parents first. If your parents agree to the meeting, be sure that it is in a public place and bring your mother, father, or another adult you trust along.
Quiz Yourself! You just met someone in a chat room online. They live close to you and want to get together. Should you arrange to meet them? Yes No Only if your parents agree to the meeting
Internet Safety Rule #4 Never send a person your picture or anything else without first checking with your parents.
Internet Safety Rule #5 Do NOT respond to any messages that are mean or in any way make you feel uncomfortable. Remember: It is NOT your fault if you get a message like that. If you do, tell your parents right away so that they can contact the service provider.
Quiz Yourself! You are chatting with someone online and the person you are talking to says something mean. What should you do? Say something mean back Don’t say anything; tell an adult if it bothers you Ask them to apologize
Internet Safety Rule #6 When creating a screen name: Do not use your real name. Do not indicate your gender (boy or girl) through your screen name. Do not post your screen name online where anyone can find it. This information should only be shared with people you know.
Quiz Yourself! Which of these would be appropriate to use as your screen name? BobSmith BballPlayer18 PattyFisher Soccergirl25
Internet Safety Rule #7 Never give out your Internet passwords to anyone other than your parents. (Not even your best friends should know your passwords!)
Quiz Yourself! Who should have your Internet passwords? (Click all the correct answers.) You Your parents Your best friend Someone you met online
Internet Safety Rule #8 Always check with your parents before downloading or installing software or doing anything that could possibly hurt your computer or jeopardize your family’s privacy.
Quiz Yourself! Your friend at school has a new computer game and says that you can take it home to play. You really want to play it. What should you do? Take it home and install it Ask your parents if you can install it Say “No, thank you.”
Internet Safety Rule #9 Be a good online citizen. Do not do anything that hurts other people or is against the law.
Internet Safety Rule #10 Talk with your parents about setting up rules for going online. Decide: When you can be online. How long you can be online. Appropriate areas for you to visit. Do not access other areas or break these rules without a parent’s permission.
Internet Safety Rule #11 Help your parents understand how to have fun and learn things online. Teach them things about the Internet, computers and other technology.
NetSmartz ® Kids Click the chalkboard below to join Clicky, Nettie, and Webster in planning a surprise birthday party for their friend Router! Use your “NetSmartz” when playing these interactive games to help deal with tricky people and get the Outlaws back in jail.
NetSmartz ® Kids Click the squiggle below for the “NetSmartz ® Scribblez” Internet Safety Activity Packet!
NetSmartz ® Kids Click the person below to watch Clicky, Nettie and Webster rap about Using Your NetSmartz ® in the video “NetSmartzKids: Know the Rules”.
Searching Online Do you need to search for information on the Internet for a school project or for your own interest? Use one of these websites to search for information on pages that are safe for kids: Child Safe Search KidsClick! Yahoo! ® Kids Yahoo! ® Kids
Online Safety Contract Click HERE for the Kids’ Pledge and Family Contract for Online Safety.HERE Click HERE for the Parents’ Pledge and Family Contract for Online Safety.HERE Print out these contracts and take them home for you and your parents to sign and follow.
Web License Now that you have learned about the rules of Internet Safety, click on the traffic light below to take a “Rules of the Road” test and print your official web license!
Standards ISTE National Educational Technology Standards: 5.a. – Students advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology. 5.b. – Students exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning, and productivity. 6.a. – Students understand and use technology systems. 6.b. – Students select and use applications effectively and productively. PDE Standards for Science and Technology and Engineering Education 3.4.4.B1 – Describe how technology affects humans in various ways.