Internet Safety Coloring Book

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Internet Safety

coloring and activity book


Hello boys and girls, As your Attorney General, I would like to introduce you to my friend, Ellie, the eagle. Part of my job is to help make sure you stay safe. You probably know some safety rules to follow in real life. But do you know how to stay safe when you get on a computer, tablet or a phone to use the Internet? Video games and apps are fun, but it is important to know how to safely use them. This activity book will help you learn some safety tips. Ellie will guide you. If you have any questions about the book, ask your teacher or parent. Remember to be smart online,

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It’s a big forest with amazing things to explore, but like the internet there can be dangers too. Can you find these 8 forest creatures: (1)Deer, (2)Owl, (3)Bear, (4)Squirrel, (5)RAccoon, (6)Turtle, (7)Frog and (8)Fish?

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Tell an adult if something online confuses or scares you.

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Anything you put on the internet is like your footprint. You are responsible for making good choices online. Help Ellie the eagle make it through the maze.

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Be nice and positive. Don’t go nutty and say mean things to people or use bad words online.

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Be careful. Don’t meet someone in person who you first met online. You never know who they may turn out to be!

Color by number: Color in the numbers to discover who’s online! 1. Blue 2. Green 3. Yellow 4. Brown 5. Red

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Keep an eagle eye on your personal information and never share it with anyone.

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If we make good choices, the internet can show us a new world! Connect the dots to see what Ellie the eagle found.

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tell a parent or guardian all the great things you’ve learned about being safe online!

Let it be known that

Name Has completed these activities and discussed with a parent or guardian how to be safe when using the Internet.

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Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Arkansas State Police #1 State Police Plaza Drive Little Rock, Arkansas 72209 (501) 618-8155 CyberTipline (800) 843-5678 This document, prepared by the Office of the Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, was supported by Cooperative Agreement No. 2013-MC-FX-K026, awarded by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice or the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.