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Webonauts Internet Academy Come play again later! Come play again tomorrow! WiredSafety: the world's largest Internet safety, help and educa Netcraft Discovery Education | Siemens Science Day Escape Information | New Beginnings If you think your activities are being monitored, they probably are. You may want to use a computer that someone abusive does not have direct or remote (hacking) access to. It is not possible to delete or clear all the “footprints" of your computer or online activities. Abusive people are often controlling and want to know your every move. You don’t need to be a computer programmer or have special skills to monitor someone’s computer and Internet activities. If you are being monitored, suddenly changing your computer behaviors (e.g. suddenly deleting your entire Internet history) may arouse suspicion. Use a safer computer to research an escape plan, look for new jobs or apartments, bus tickets, or ask for help. Email and Instant/Text Messaging (IM)Email and Instant/Text Messaging (IM) are not confidential ways to talk to someone about the danger or abuse in your life. Telephones“Corded” phones are more private and less prone to interception than cordless phones or analog cell phones.

FREE - Internet Safety Lesson Plans, Grades 3 - 12 Internet Safety - Grade Level 3 - 5 Grade Level: 3-5 Based on ISTE – NET – Performance Indicators for Technology – Literate Students Duration: One 45 minute session Description: This program is designed to help students who are using the Internet to identify and avoid situations that could threaten their safety. Goals: To increase student knowledge of Internet safety To aid the student in identifying dangers on the Internet To build critical-thinking and decision-making skills relating to computer usage To help students protect themselves from inappropriate behavior online Handouts Handouts with relevant web sites and links Parent or guardian/child agreement Objectives: By the end of this training, students will be able to 1. 2. 3. 4. Content Outline On the street Rules: Say ‘No’ Get away Tell someone At home Never open your door to strangers Same rules apply to Internet Tell a parent or adult if someone you don’t know, a stranger, tries to talk to you online B. Everyone’s face is hidden

Disney Youth Groups Kaleidocsope Painter Click this button to download the painting into your computer as a standard image (png) file. The file can then be opened in an image editing program such as Paint or Adobe Photoshop. (If you can't open the file, please append ".png" to the filename.) If this feature doesn't work for you, please make sure that you're using the latest browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari). Alternatively if you do not have a latest browser, you can use the screen capture feature on your computer: Windows instruction here, Mac instruction here. Phone/tablet user: unfortunately at this moment this feature is not supported on tablets/phones. Famous Paintings Art Appreciation Lessons for Kids These studies of Famous Paintingswere written on an elementary level, but will be of interest to all ages. They will help students become familiar with and learn to appreciate the works of famous artists. Teachers, for each lesson you will find a biography of the artist,a study sheet, a worksheet, a greyscale print of the picture,a jigsaw puzzle, a printable and online crossword puzzle, word search, and word scramble, links for further research, and links to art lessons for many of the artists. There are posters, books, and videos you can order. All the material at Garden of Praise is free without subscription. SUGGESTIONS for using the ART LESSONS How to Use Famous Paintings for Tutoring

Consonant - Order of Presentation © Contributed by Leanne Guenther Grade Level: Kindergarten Order of Presentation: The order in which one presents consonants to children is often a matter of personal preference -- there are many different studies available that suggest one method is superior to another. Every child is an individual -- what works perfectly for 85% of the kids out there, may not be the correct approach for your child. How did I do it with my girls? With Kaitlyn, I used an even more unusual approach. Some teachers like to deal with the letters based on their reliability (in other words, how many different sounds might that letter make... This is because in a word like "shark" the s does not make the same sound as in a word like "sat" and makes yet another sound in a word like "does" -- the letter V (though less frequently used when spelling words) always makes the same sound. This makes "v" a much easier letter to teach than "s". See below for a reliability chart. Consonant Reliability Chart: Word Families:

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