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Tips for Kids and Parents About Internet Safety According to a report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, one in five Internet users younger than 17 received an online sexual solicitation or approach during the past year. One in 33 received an aggressive sexual solicitation involving offline contact or a request for offline contact. What can you do to help keep kids safe online? Printable Internet safety tips for parents and Internet safety rules for kids. According to Online Victimization: One in five youths received an online sexual solicitation or approach during the past year. One in 17 was threatened or harassed online during the past year.
Instant messenger Have you ever accepted a file from a friend on Messenger? Always think twice before doing it. E mails Only open emails from people you know and trust and remember to read the subject line carefully. Chain mails Have you ever received one of those emails telling you that you have to forward it on to 10 of your friends or something bad will happen?
Blogging for kids is by far one of the more efficient ways of encouraging a child to excel as an individual. It is also among some of the safer ways of introducing your child to the internet. Below is a list compiled of blogging sites and sites that can be used for blogging and also monitored by parents.