Child Friendly Websites

  • Cyberbullying – GirlsHealth.gov – Cyberbullying is repeatedly hurting someone else through the use of technology; instead of whispering a rumor to a friend, a bully might e- mail or instant message that rumor or post it for everyone to see!
  • Cyberbullying – StopBullying.gov – Cyberbullying, which is sometimes referred to as online social cruelty or electronic bullying, can involve: Sending mean, vulgar, or threatening messages or images or pretending to be someone else in order to make that person look bad.
  • Cyberbullying Prevention – Online bullying, called cyberbullying, happens when kids use the Internet, cell phones, or other devices to send or post text or images intended to hurt or embarrass another person.
  • FBI Cyber Surf Islands – Travel to an island and learn how to stay safe online, including protecting your information, cell phone safety and more. (Flash required)
  • FCC Kids Zone – Have fun with quizzes and games as you learn about the agency. Read news articles written just for you.
  • FCC Kids Zone – Frequently Asked Questions – Lists the most commonly asked questions for grades 4-8 about televisions, cable, and phones.
  • FCC Kids Zone (Grades 4-8) – Do you know how cable tv works? Do you know what a satellite is and how it works? Find the answers here.
  • Heads Up – Net Cetera – When you’re ready to post or send a message or a photo, download a file, game or program, or shop for something – stop for a second and think.
  • Internet Safety and Netiquette Tips – Here are some simple tips to help you be kind online.
  • Internet Safety for Kids – Visit this cool site to view a slide show on how to be safe in many situations. Learn about crime prevention, personal safety, Internet safety, and more.
  • Is It True? – FCC Kids Zone – Gives answers to your questions about electronic devices, such as cell phones, USB devices and digital television.
  • It’s A Noisy Planet – Learn different ways you can protect your hearing.
  • National Geographic Kids Blogs – This blog pulls in the most recent posts from all of their blogs. The bloggers, who are selected and monitored by NG Kids staff, share their unique thoughts and experiences online, through words, pictures, and videos.
  • Satellite Learning Center – Learn about commercial communication satellites – what they are, how they work and their role in your everyday life.
  • Tween Angels – Tweenangels are aged between seven to twelve years-old and they are specially trained to help make the Internet safer.
  • What’s That Mean? – FCC Kids Zone – List of terms about broadcast and cable television, satellite, pagers, cell phones and more.