Talking to children in a clear, age-appropriate language about the dangers of the Internet can be difficult. Fortunately, Google has a free (and pretty awesome) toolkit that you can use to discuss the basics with your kids.
Be Internet Awesome based on "The Internet Code of Awesome" includes concepts such as "Sharing with care," "Protecting your secrets," and "It's cool to be nice." In these lessons, children are guided by important ideas, such as: What they should not share online, how they should keep private information secret and how they should behave on the internet Just online safety, but also internet literacy and exercises to help children analyze and evaluate the information they find online.
The free support material includes a list of topics listed above and additional information for parents. Here's how to talk to your kids about cybersecurity, how to set technological boundaries in your home, and more. There's even a free game that helps you re-build your ideas after talking to your kids. You can review the program here and share resources .