Nowadays, schools and teachers require students to do homework online. Additionally, the internet has become the primary method for children to study for projects, tests, and assignments. Unfortunately, that does not mean that it is a completely safe way for children to learn. In fact, the Internet poses many potential problems for a child’s safety when studying online. Continue Reading →
Covenant Eyes has been releasing a series of “how-to” videos on their YouTube channel that cover Internet safety on mobile devices and more. This video shows how to set parental controls on the Kindle Fire HD.
Even if you don’t use Covenant Eyes, I think you’ll find this video as well as the others in their series very helpful.
Many homeschoolers use YouTube every day for educational and entertainment purposes. There are a myriad of educational channels on YouTube that parents can use to supplement their homeschooling.
Sometimes parents can get a little blind to the more inappropriate content on YouTube until something shows up in a recommendation list.
Today I’ll talk about YouTube, how your kids are using it, and how you can protect younger kids from seeing inappropriate material.
Sharing photos is fun. Being able to add filters or modify them to make them look better only enhances the experience.
Instagram is one of the most active social networks among teens. Is Instagram a social network that’s safe for your teens?
A number of apps that your kids are using have web browsers hidden in them. They can use those browsers to get access to the entire Internet. Here’s how to prevent that from happening.
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