Internet Safety: Activities
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The following Internet Safety activities and lessons can be used at home or in the classroom:
AT&T Internet Safety Land
Safety Land, by AT&T, is an interactive game for elementary students.
CyberSmart provides free K-12 curriculum that is correlated to the International Society for Technology in Education's National Education Technology Standards (NETS), consists of 85 original, non-sequential, and standards-based lesson plans, student activity sheets, posters, and information for families.
Get Your Web License
PBS has created a fun and interactive website for kids in later elementary to early high school about Internet Safety. Even adults should test it out and earn a "Web License."
ID the Creep
This interactive activity informs tweens and teens about Internet predators.
Media Awareness Network
Media Awareness Network is a non-profit Canadian media literacy organization with a comprehensive section for activities and lessons for all ages.
Safe Surfing with Doug
Disney provides a series of interactive activities featuring the popular cartoon character, Doug.
For additional information, contact:
Texas Education Agency
1701 North Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701
Page last modified on 7/20/2012.