NetSafe Videos for Kids

The following videos have been produced in an effort to educate students, parents, teachers and others on a variety of Internet safety topics. We invite you to view and/or download these videos for your educational benefit. If you would like to download any of the videos below, visit eMedia.

Grades K-3 Videos

What is the Internet? (2 min 23 sec) Closed Captioning
The Internet is big! This video introduces young children to Molly to help them understand what the Internet is and that, just like in the real world, it has some places that are safe for kids and some that are not.
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What is Personal Information? (2 min 22 sec) Closed Captioning
Knowing when it’s okay to share personal information and when it’s not can be difficult. This video defines personal information and how to protect it in terms young children can understand.
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Be Kind Online (1 min 57 sec) Closed Captioning
Being helpful and kind online is the best way to keep the Internet safe and fun for everybody. This video helps young children understand why it’s important to treat others how they want to be treated, even when they’re online.
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Tell an Adult (2 min 02 sec) Closed Captioning
Staying safe includes knowing what to do when you feel uncomfortable, sad or scared. This video helps young children understand they should tell a trusted adult if something on the Internet makes them feel bad.
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Grades 4-6 Videos

Cyber Bullies are No Fun (2 min 19 sec) Closed Captioning
When Alex runs into a bully on the playground, he knows what to do. But how can Alex handle the bully when he starts posting mean messages and texting threats? This video gives kids strategies for handling cyber bullies, including saving copies of inappropriate messages and telling a trusted adult.
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What is Personal Information? (2 min 41 sec) Closed Captioning
Knowing when it’s okay to share personal information and when it’s not can be difficult. This video defines personal information and how to protect it in terms kids can relate to.
Arabic | Bosnian | Burmese | Chinese | Korean | Navajo | Somali | Spanish | Tongan | Vietnamese

Online "Friends" (2 min 12 sec) Closed Captioning
Connecting with friends online can be a lot of fun—but when you don’t know someone in the real world, you can’t be sure who they are. This video gives kids a simple, sensible rule for deciding how to choose online friends: stick with the friends you know in the real world to stay safe and keep things fun.
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Talk to an Adult You Trust (2 min 16 sec) Closed Captioning
Kids need to know what to do if something on the Internet makes them feel uncomfortable. This video encourages kids to talk to a trusted adult if they come across material that isn’t for kids or if they are being bullied.
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Posting Pictures Online (2 min 24 sec) Closed Captioning
Hoping to impress his friends, Alex is thinking of posting a picture of himself online. This video helps kids understand why they should be careful when taking, sharing and receiving digital pictures.
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