NetSmartz - Tech Learning

NetSmartz

NetSmartz This site offers 3-Dimensional, animated activities that provide fun and interesting approaches to developing safe-surfing habits on the Internet. Follow the links on this site to learn more about the risks children face online and how to avoid them. National Center for Missing and Exploited
Author:
Publish date:



NetSmartz


This site offers 3-Dimensional, animated activities that provide fun and interesting approaches to developing safe-surfing habits on the Internet. Follow the links on this site to learn more about the risks children face online and how to avoid them.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Melissa Broome

Featured

Related

Online Safety Project for Kids,Tweens and Teens

 Do your students you know the dangers surfing the web and how to avoid them?  Kids can follow the links to learn how to surf safely. Wired Kids includes information for children, parents, educators and others in the community.courtesy of

Get Safe Online

 Online computing is virtually essential in today's world, but it can be dangerous viruses, spyware, and identity theft are a few of the potential hazards that net surfers must avoid. This site  presents an online risk assessment to determine the

CoolMath.com

Name: CoolMath.com Brief Description of the Site: Cool Math.com touts itself as an amusement park of math with colorful geometric animations that are fun. Algebra Survivor is based on the television show "Survivor" and Science Monster is another of the delightful math activities available. There are links for

Tsunami Science: Reducing the Risk

Tsunami Science: Reducing the Risk You'll find more than a basic description of Tsunamis at this American Museum of Natural History site. There's an animated tsunami, before and after photos of tsunami-devastated Aceh, Sumatra, stories of historical tsunamis, and much more. American Museum of Natural

The H.I.P Pocket Change Site -The U.S. Mint

Name: The H.I.P Pocket Change Site -The U.S. Mint Brief Description of the Site: This site was designed by the U.S. Mint to be a fun, educational tool for students and teachers that would generate interest in coins, the Mint, and U.S. history. Animated cartoon characters are the appealing vehicle for teaching

Two Faced Sheep Skull

Two Faced Sheep Skull As a part of the Virtual Wonders exhibit at the Natural History Museum, this site examines a strange sheep skull that looks as if it has two faces in a 3-D format. The picture can be clicked on and dragged to view all sides of the fossil. The Natural History Museum,

Kids and Money

This site, divided into information for five different age groups, provides lessons and activities that teach important lessons about saving, spending, and ways to avoid debt.

Hay Now Game

Hay Now Game How much do you know about agriculture? Learn something new and have some fun at the same time! This site is set up in a quiz-show format with fun animation and sounds. USDA Farm Service Agency • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations