Take It From Me: Growing Up Online Free eBook & The Lorax Blu-ray GIVEAWAY (closed)

September 18, 2013

Growing Up Online Free eBook & The Lorax Blu-ray GIVEAWAY (closed)

We live in an exciting new world of sharing information, more so than ever before, but this is not without its challenges!  Many of us have heard about or experienced “cyber-bullying.” We know the pain it can create. Far too often have we heard the stories of children being cyber-bullied who don’t know what to do or where to turn. The More You Know Learning Series, in collaboration with NBC News, addresses this new and dangerous trend, in addition to other online issues, with the launch of Growing Up Online, the FREE eBook for parents to keep their kids safe on the Internet!
You and your family can now be prepared, clued-up and openly communicative about online issues big or small! Our kids have never known a world without the Internet. They’re spending more and more time on the web, so teaching them about using technology responsibly and safely is critical. Use the Growing Up Online App below and download the free eBook.  You can watch all four entertaining comic book stories as a family. These stories show real situations that may occur when your kids go online. This free eBook provides easy-to-use information that addresses the growing concern about kids’ online privacy and cyber-bullying in a unique and engaging way. Growing Up Online is packed with important tips that every parent should know!
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 I was not compensated for this review. These are my honest opinions. Your experience may vary.

13 comments :

  1. my kids are young still, but we've set up links to sites they can visit for now and talk about how not everything that can be clicked on should be

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  2. We discuss not sharing personal information online.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  3. Our kids are still younger thank goodness but right now when they get on, they have their own browser that has the pictures to the pages they like. When they get older, they will have time limits and their daddy will have a program on there to know where they have been and every key stroke.

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  4. My son is quite young... he is 3. We play games and work on ABC Mouse together. I think young children need parental guidance.

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  5. My children are very little so I have not discussed the dangers yet but this article certainly made me think

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  6. I've always told my kids if someone tries to communicate with them that they don't know to delete their messages immediately and to never respond.

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  7. tell them not to click pop ups or ads.

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  8. My oldest is 9, so we are just getting into the stage where I am being more observant to her computer usage because she is old enough to do it herself. We have our computer in our entertaiment part of our home where there is lots of traffic. my kids are never home alone yet, so I can monitor their usage. But we also have a password to unlock our computer that the kids don't know so a parent has to type it in everytime they want to get on. We talk about visiting kids only websites and they also have to tell us what website they want to get on before we let them, and I have always gotten on the website first if it is a new one.

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  9. I will check the history and talk about the dangers of the internet openly with them

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  10. check the browser history - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  11. don't share personal information

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