In Carnegie Cadets: The MySecureCyberspace Game, boys and girls have fun and earn prizes while they learn about the dangers caused by Internet viruses and battle cyber criminals. Through game play, children learn how to become safe cyber citizens before coming in contact with online temptations, traps, and threats. The Carnegie Cyber Academy Web site has extra stories, background information and mini games to let fans enjoy the Academy and its characters beyond the game.
December 30, 2009 -- From Ashley , a reader, from Toronto, who is affiliated with the site.
Kiwi Commons is the most current website on Internet safety news and reviews for parents and teachers.
October 27, 2009 -- From Matthew, a reader from Los Angeles, CA, who is affiliated with the site.
Internetrule.com is a fast and fun internet web site that provides various internet rules for online safety. It is especially geared for kids, but has some good pointers for parents too. Kids will enjoy it and have fun while learning too!
March 5, 2009 -- From Mrs. Anderson, a teacher from California, who is not affiliated with the site.
Hi. I wanted to share this site I came across called KidRex.org. It’s a kid-safe Google search. It’s really cute and I love the whole crayon effect!
January 25, 2009 -- From Christine, a reader, from USA Washington state, who is affiliated with the site.
Check out Zilladog.com’s free email service just for kids. ZillaMail is spam filtered, parent password protected and fun for kids. And did we mention it’s free? Zilladog.com also offers links to popular websites for kids to make a homepage environment. At Zilladog.com you can see movie trailers for the latest kids movies and listen to music on radio Disney.
January 23, 2009 -- From Sarah, a parent, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.
Very cool idea for safe internet for kids. All three of my kids use this email and LOVE it!
January 17, 2009 -- From Mike Call, a reader, from Provo, UT, who is affiliated with the site.
This website gives kids access to safe email. Parents can configure it to suit the age of the child as well as their safety preferences.