Instructions Click each button below to learn more about safe online surfing.
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Help Manny the Lizard ride the waves and stay on his surfboard. If you get enough correct responses, Manny will reach the beach. If you get too many answers wrong, the surfboard will break, and Manny will have to start over.
After getting her parents’ permission, Jane is setting up a social media account. Click on each box within the profile page to select the safest username, password, and other options to help keep Jane safe online. Be sure to apply these concepts to your own online presence. Talk to your parents first and make sure to check the privacy settings, security settings, and terms of service for each account to limit what you share online.
Manny needs your help to cross six rivers. Click the platform pieces to turn them in any direction. Keep turning the different pieces until you create a bridge all the way across the river. Manny will lead you to an online safety question at the end of each bridge.
Pick the right response to keep your computer healthy. If you pick the wrong answer, the computer will start to get sick. If you get too many incorrect, you will have to start over!
Find and click the six hidden gold coins. Read the digital citizenship lesson that appears for each coin and pick the correct answer to fill up your treasure chest.
Find the cyber safety words by highlighting the correct letters. The words may go in any direction (up, down, backward, diagonal, etc.). Then, read the word's definition at the top of the screen.
Create a match by dragging the fish to the correct phrase. A right answer will turn black and show a gold coin.