Georgia Moose Association

Safe Surfin'


Free Educational CDs Available

Safe Surfin USA, NetSmartz Workshop and Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program have developed an interactive, educational safety program that uses age-appropriate 3-D activities to teach children and teens how to be safer when using the internet and in the real world.

Internet Safety for Kids Grades K-6 – For Grades K-2, Clicky, the NetSmartz robot, introduces children to the Webville Outlaws — characters that represent the possible dangers children could face online. Children then answer questions to an Internet safety quiz to "round up" the Outlaws. For Grades 3-6, Nettie and Webster, cyber-siblings, introduce children to the WizzyWigs — characters that represent the possible dangers to children online. Children learn rules to remember if they are confronted with these dangers and are then tested on what they learned. Clicky "raps" up the presentation.

Internet Safety for Teens and Tweens - provides a Powerpoint Presentation to alert teens and tweens of the dangers from internet predators.

Internet Safety for Parents and Communities – provides you with the tools necessary to make a presentation on Internet Safety.  The CDs contain a Powerpoint Presentation, downloadable PDFs and videos.

These CDs are available at no cost to you.  To order, contact Gary Reynolds at Safe Surfin' Foundation.

 Fast Facts

• There are an estimated 88 million children and teens online today who will likely visit one or more of the 40,000-plus chat rooms child predators visit.

• Teens most often receive sexual solicitations in chat rooms, Instant Messenger, and game rooms.

• Sixty-five percent of teens and children receive sexual solicitations in chat rooms. Another 24 percent occur in Instant Messenger.

• The Federal Bureau of Investigation reports that there is a "100 percent chance" of a child meeting a predator in a chat room.