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06/08/2018


The Internet can be a fascinating place full of quality content and unlimited information. However, it can also be a horrifying place, full of inappropriateness and creepy people. That's why, if you have a young child at home, you should learn to manage their relationship with the Internet, so they're not exposed to its dark side.

How to Manage Your Young Child's Relationship With the Internet

  1. For starters, it's important that you use the parental controls that are available to you. This, so you can block out certain content that's definitely not suitable for your child's young eyes. You can do so through your Internet provider, using a child-friendly browser, or by researching other options.
  2. Of course, it's necessary that you set rules regarding your child's Internet usage. For example, set a time limit for them to browse the web (e.g. one hour a day), and when they can do it (i.e. not right before bed or while they should be doing other activities).
  3. It's also crucial that you monitor what your child is searching for and seeing online. Being aware of their usage will help you steer them in the right direction regarding their relationship to the Internet and the information found in it.
  4. Lastly, be sure to teach your child appropriate behavior: teach them not to bully or be bullied, to avoid posting personal information or pictures online, to stay away from chat rooms or unknown users, and to come to you if they ever find anything fishy.

Summer tutoring in Bloomfield MI will prepare your child for the next school year. Call The Tutoring Center, Bloomfield MI at (248) 432-7288 to schedule a free consultation.

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