Parents and carers

It is in all parents' interests that their children have access to the best online experiences and that they are safe, while at the same time stimulated, informed and empowered. The Positive Online Content Campaign therefore intends to raise awareness and inform parents and carers of what they should be looking for in online services/apps/content that is respectful of their children's needs and learning capacities.
 
What is more, by developing parents' digital literacy skills, this will empower them to act as digital role models, providing positive examples for their children right from their earliest online experiences.

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  • Screenshot of Skoda hrou
    [Czech]

    Skoda hrou

    Country: [Czech Republic],

    Age range: [6-8 years of age, 8-10 years of age, 10-12 years of age]

    A nice, animated, interactive website, with an educational background also, for teaching children to be safe in traffic. Although the website is made by a commercial producer, it contains lots of ...

    By Skoda Auto

  • Screenshot of Safer Internet Centre Croatia YouTube channel
    [Croatian]

    Safer Internet Centre Croatia YouTube channel

    Country: [Croatia],

    Age range: [6-8 years of age, 8-10 years of age, 10-12 years of age]

    On the YouTube channel of the Croatian Safer Internet Centre you can find an interesting video series d ...

    By Croatian Safer Internet Centre

  • Screenshot of Logopedia
    [Romanian]

    Logopedia

    Country: [Romania],

    Age range: [3-6 years of age, 6-8 years of age, 8-10 years of age, 10-12 years of age]

    Logopedia is a digital tool that aims to increase the level of identification and use of sounds and language among children with hearing and speech impairment. The interactive digital platform wa ...

    By Save the Children Romania

  • Screenshot of No to E-violence
    [Croatian]

    No to E-violence

    Country: [Croatia],

    Age range: [8-10 years of age, 10-12 years of age]

    Quiz application No e-violence helps children and adults to become better informed and to test their knowledge of the internet. If users give a wrong answer to one question, they may respond one ...

    By Center for Missing and Exploited Children