Teach Your Child the Dangers That Lurk on the Internet – Part 2

If your child has social media accounts, like Facebook, it is your responsibility as a parent to ensure that your child learns how to safely use the Internet.  I realize that most parents are busy; however, it is important to know exactly what your child is engaging in on the Internet.  The Internet is full of dangers and if you know what your child is engaging in, then you can step in and explain to your child why this behavior is dangerous.  Continue reading at: Uplifting Families

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Comment by Christy Garrett on November 8, 2012 at 2:18pm

Good job mama.  Facebook doesn't allow kids to sign up until they are 13, so if a child has a facebook account before that, then they lied to get one.

Comment by heather tucker on November 8, 2012 at 11:02am

I agree that is why my kids do not have facebooks right now, i have a monitor on my computer where they can only go to such and such sites and stuff .  my oldest is 10 and you don't know who is out there and i told her no facebook til she is a teenager and why i feel that way.  

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