Interactive Learning Tools
- Zoe and Molly: The Zoe and Molly Online Safety Initiative (based on a true case submitted to Cybertip.ca), is designed to help parents and educators teach children 8 to 10 years of age about online safety. This resource includes two comic books, a lesson, a website and interactive activities that focus on the risks associated with playing games online and sharing personal information and pictures online.
- The Door That’s Not Locked: Quiz - Do you know your texting acronyms?
- Games for Youth - MediaSmarts:
MediaSmarts has educational computer games that introduce kids to key ideas in media and digital literacy. These games are a great way to start a conversation on media issues in the home or classroom.
- Danger Drive – Kids Help Phone:
Prove what you know about Internet Safety and race to the finish line.
- No Signal – Kids Help Phone:
Make the right choices in this game about real life
- iSMART ( Internet + Social Media Awareness Resource Toolkit)
- This toolkit contains the information police officers need to understand and present on Internet and social media safety. For additional information, please contact British Columbia RCMP.
- MediaSmarts - Canada’s Centre for Digital and Media Literacy
- MediaSmarts has been developing digital and media literacy programs and resources for Canadian homes, schools and communities since 1996. They work to provide adults with information and tools so they can help children and teens develop the critical thinking skills they need for interacting with the media they love.