If you’re a parent who has kids online, we know you have a tough job, especially now. Setting parental controls and monitoring usage is crucial, but sometimes we need to take a break from being the "cop."
Online safety experts agree one of the best things you can do is break down the barriers between your “real world” and their online world by sitting down with your kids and going online together.
Let them lead! Encourage them to show you what they think is fun. Be sure to show interest and listen more than talk.
One good starting point is to ask your son or daughter to look at something together that you might both find interesting. For example, NASA has lots of cool content for adults and kids, ranging from educational materials for young people to video from outer space.