Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: Hey kids (and parents, too)!
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Now, especially if you’ve got primary school kids, you’ll feel like an out-moded sci-fi show android as you watch their hands skitter confidently over the keypads of new devices they probably got for Christmas.
It wasn’t too tricky to keep an eye on them during school holidays when we were all happy to be indoors, but now they’ve advanced exponentially and are trying to skulk off somewhere for privacy with new chat and picture apps.
You might think that opening up a friendly, safe site or series of You Tube videos is the best way for younger children but I’ve learned you’re really only buying yourself a small bit of time.
Most important, she'll share four Hot Tips for cool kids that can make you safer on the Internet. It's quite joky/goofy but covers the basics for safety at at good level - enough to drive home the point and get kids (and parents)thinking without being too scary.
Of course, there will be plenty of laughs along the way as Buddy and Nina Glamourgirl return from Stranger Safety, and Danger Dude, Annoying Little Brother and Cautionary Dale make their debut. We've had kids from age 4 through 13 watching it with us, and it seemed to be good for all ages. My students needed something besides the netsmartz video we watch year after year, so I ordered this. They find it amusing, but get the message it's trying to relay at the same time. They are starting to using computers more and it was very informative for them on the dangers of the net.