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Internet Safety - Helping Kids Stay Safe Online

Internet Safety - helping kids search safely

SweetSearch is a safe searching site for students. Most search engines search billions of Web sites and return tens of millions of results; some are from reliable Web sites, some are not.  SweetSearch searches only 35,000 Web sites that have been evaluated and approved by a staff of Internet research experts at Dulcinea Media, and its librarian and teacher consultants

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22 Absolutely Essential Diagrams You Need For Camping


{free} Christmas Around the World ebook! It is 45 pages with tons of helpful links, a page each for over 30 countries, coloring sheets, writing prompts, and more! This ebook goes along with the Christmas Around the World series from over 30 of my favorite kid bloggers that starts Nov 23rd! New country released each day!!

Safe Internet Searches for Kids. In a review of over 14 million searches by children under 18, Norton’s OnlineFamily found kids were most likely to search for information about games, music, celebrities―and sex. In fact, sex was in the top 10 search terms for boys and girls while porn made the top 10 for boys. These studies suggest there’s a role for parents in teaching kids to search effectively—and responsibly. Here are some suggestions of how to keep your kids safe.

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25 Alphabet Activities For Kids

25 Fun Ways To Learn The Alphabet from No Time For Flash Cards this website provides a readability scale for each website returned in a search. Great for teachers who are looking for content for students to read at different levels.

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Books About Seeds for Kids

Seeds & Plants unit -- 18+ Books About Seeds for #preschool. Bring #preschool 'ers along with older siblings when using Apologia Botany, plant study #homeschool

@Ideas_Factory: 5 Reasons to Teach Kids to Code

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Current Events: Social Studies (Rubric included)

Current events are a great way to keep kids informed of what is going on in the world around them. This current event sheet and rubric allows students to choose an article that interests them to share with the class. They must highlight important key events, answer questions and write a summary. Students then present their current event to the class on an assigned day.

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Science After Dark – fun science activities for summer night

fun science activities for kids to do at night to have fun while encouraging kids' interest in science -- science after dark. Great STEM activity ideas for kids.