Be Safer With Weseso!!

July 31, 2020

  An online safety guidelines for children

In this tutorial we are going to talk about how to be safer while you’re having fun online.

You’ll learn:

  • What to do when you see something online that makes you feel bad.
  • How to protect things about you that are personal.
  • Why it’s important to never meet face-to-face with someone you met online.
  • Why it’s important to be nice to everyone online.

 

How do we go online?

  • When we say online, we aren’t just talking about computers. Cell phones, iPads, laptops, tablets and gaming systems like XBox, Nintendo and PlayStation are all connected to the Internet.
  • Which of these do you use to go online?

 

What can we do online?

  • Play online game
  • Connect with friends
  • Chat
  • Share your pictures
  • learn and study
  • Lean creativity and so on

 

Let’s start with the first rule of Internet safety.

Rule # 1

  • I will tell.
  • A trusted person.
  • If anything online.
  • Makes me feel sad.
  • Scared or confused.

 

Even though the Internet is a fun, not everything online is meant for kids. That means you may see something online that you don’t understand. It may even make you sad. It could be pictures or videos of people fighting or using bad language. Even if you didn’t mean to find it, some things can make you uncomfortable or confused. The Internet is so big, you may accidently see one of those things.

 

Let’s start with the first rule of Internet safety.

Rule # 2

  • I will ask.
  • My parent or guardian.
  • Before sharing.
  • Personal information.

 

What Does Personal means?

  • Do you know what the word “personal” means?
  • “Personal” means it’s about you! You want to make sure to keep this information to yourself and only share it with a parent or guardian.
  • There’s a ton of information a person can share online, but some of it is personal.
  • Before you share anything personal, you should always check first with your parent or guardian. There are some things that are OK to share, like your favorite ice cream or your dog’s name.
  • It’s even OK to share pictures if you’ve asked your parent or guardian first.

 

That’s personal:

  • There are also some things you shouldn’t share with others online like:
  • Your age.
  • Your address.
  • Where you go to school.
  • Email address.
  • Information like this is personal. That means it’s just for you. No one online has the right to try and find out these things about you. And if they try, you should tell a trusted adult.
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