Safe Kids
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LAUSD Internet Safety for Grades K-12
The Bots always practice safety.
Coloring Sheets:

ANA Remembers the Rules for E-Mail Safety
ANA and RAU - Internet Safety
How to Protect Yourself from Cyber-Bullies

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Dealing with Bullies

Safety On-Line and Off-Line

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STUDENTS AGAINST DISTRUCTIVE DECISIONS (SADD) (Started as Students Against Drunk Driving)

Bicycle and other Wheel Sport Safety

BicycleSafe.com
Riding Right - McGruff.org
Bikes & Wheel Sport Safety Kids Page
Bike Safety Cartoon *Children's Hospital of Pittsburg

Car Safety
  • Always wear your safety belt. Make sure everyone in the car has their safety belt on.
  • If you have smaller members of your family, make sure they are in a car seat or proper booster seat.
  • Kids 12 years and under need to ride in the back seat
  • Don't play in the car.
  • The driver should not use a cell phone without a hands free device. They should NEVER text message while driving
  • Never leave children in a parked car. Heat in a parked car is very dangerous.

Bus Safety

School Bus Safety (AboutSchool.com)

School Bus Safety Web (Website created by Pupil Transportation North Carolina)

Home Safety

CodeRedRover.org - Are you ready to be a Safety Ranger?

Outdoors

Playing in the heat and sun -

  • Drink lots of water. (Even if you aren't thrirsty)
  • Play or exercise in the shade
  • Take lots of breaks to cool down
  • Wear cool and light colored clothing
  • Wear a hat and sunglasses
  • Use sunscreen - always.
  • If you feel hot, tired or dizzy or if your head or stomach hurt - get out of the sun and tell an adult right away.
SunWise Kids
Sun Safety Quiz *Children's Hospital of Pittsburg

Water Safety
  • Take Swimming Lessons.
  • Never swim alone- swim with a buddy and make sure an adult is watching.
  • Swim only in safe and guarded areas
  • Know how deep the water is.
  • Don't jump in or dive into water that isn't at least 12 feet deep.
  • Don't run aound pools or push people. Don't dunk other swimmers
  • Read and obey all the rules and posted signs
  • Be careful swimming in the ocean, the waves can knock you down or take you down the beach.
  • Never swim in a storm or when there is lightening
  • Never leave pool toys in the pool when you are done swimming - they may be an attraction to younger children.
  • NEVER leave children unattended at a pool

Bobber the Water Safety Dog

Water Safety Tips - American Red Cross

Water Safety Quiz - *Children's Hospital of Pittsburg

Internet Safety Video
Think Before You Post

For your Parents

Car-Safety.org
Child Passenger Safety
What Adults can do to Stop Cyber Bullying
MySafeHome.org Website dedicated to helping you create a safer home.

Terms and Conditions - Copyright

NOTE TO PARENTS: We have provided the following websites for your child's fun and enjoyment and to assist them in conducting research on the web. Please take note that because of the nature of the Internet, and the World Wide Web in particular, it is still possible to access a series of links that may take one to almost anywhere. In other words, in spite of our efforts to supply appropriate material and links on this page, parents should supervise children while they surf the Web. LAUSDnet. recommends that before allowing your children to travel the Web, you read Parent's Guide to the Internet by the US Dept. of Education with your family.

Disclaimer This page of the Los Angeles Unified School District's Web Site identifies resources and links to other Web sites that would appear useful for our readers. The opinions expressed on these pages are solely those of the host website and not necessarily those of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Any advertising presented on these pages is solely the responsibility of the host site and not the Los Angeles Unified School District. Such references and links do not constitute any endorsement by the Los Angeles Unified School District of the products or services of those enterprises.

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