If we allow our sons and daughters to play kids games online, this most likely means more than just kids games websites are visited. Sooner or later, curiosity most likely brings kids to explore other online services. Both good and bad may come of kids’ communication online. Are you ready to sort it all out?
Searching for the experience of real families with monitoring and protecting their kids, we glanced at the Baltimore Jewish Times.
Linda L. Esterson writes on precisely this: the author asked two families to share their own experience managing kids’ online activities. “Parents need to talk to their children about creating online identities,” the Zerwitzes observed. “We’ve drilled into her [our daughter’s] head that whatever goes into the Internet is on there forever, and that what is posted … could definitely come back to haunt her later,” said the Taule family.
Anyway, nowadays parents understand that cutting kids off kids games websites or the whole Internet isn’t practicable. Let your kids keep with the times – but safely!