While the Internet offers amazing opportunities, all users including children should understand basic Internet Safety, how to protect themselves and report instances such as Cyberbullying. Below are several links to sites that help promote Internet Safety and other digital issues.
Internet Safety Survey
Internet Safety - Texas Education Agency
FBI -Internet Safety
Common Sense - Digital Literacy and Citizenship
Think U Know - This site offers internet safety video broken down by ages.
Wired Safety - This site offers special information designed to teach younger Internet users how to surf safely and how to have fun doing it.
NetSmartz.org - Comic-book-style characters address social networking and cyberbullying through animation, videos, and webcomics.
Teen Angels - Teen Angels is a website for teens on Internet Safety and is a division of Wired Safety.
iKeepSafe.org - The iKeepSafe.org website uses an animated icon / mascot named Faux Paw the Techno Cat to teach children the importance of protecting personal information and avoiding inappropriate places on the Internet.
AT&T Internet Safety Game For Kids - Take a trip with Captain Broadband to help stay safe online.
Disney Online Safety
Belton ISD's Internet Safety