Internet Safety


1-3 Grade


The Internet has lots of interesting websites you can visit and
lots of fun things to do. But just like the real world, the
Internet is not a place you should go to by yourself. You
should always have your parents or teachers there when you
use the Internet so they can help you stay safe. 

Let's watch this Internet Safety Video


Now, do these activities about Internet


Click here to take an Internet Safety Quiz

Click here to write about Internet Safety Tips

Click here to play an Internet Safety Game


Remember these Internet Safety Rules:

Laughing When you use the Internet, always get permission first and have an adult there to help you.

    Laughing Never give personal information on the Internet without an adult's permission. Your name, your age, phone number, where you live, and pictures are personal information. Don't share your password.

    Laughing Don't talk to strangers on the Internet. Tell an adult if someone tries to get information from you. Don't click on ads on a website. 

    Laughing Show good computer manners. Keep your hands clean, treat the computer gently, don't say anything mean or hurtful about someone.
    Fourth/Fifth Grade


    What does it mean to be safe online? Being aware that making smart choices when you are online will keep you safe.  Stay safe by following these tips:



    • Passwords protect you! Don't share a password with anyone except your parents. Never give out your password in cyberspace.
    • Don't fill out online forms or surveys or enter contests without parent permission.
    • Don't share personal information online such as your name, street address, phone number, age, school address, parent's name or where they work, or any pictures of you, your family, or friends. 
    • Don't click on ads online. They want you to spend money, avoid them.
    • Remember that everything you post to the Internet can be seen by anyone and everyone.


    Don't be a Cyberbully

    • Avoid insults or threatening words when making comments online.
    • Treat others online like you would want to be treated.
    • Tell an adult if someone is bullying you or someone you know online.


      Quiz Time

      Online Safety Quiz

      Cyberbullying Quiz


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