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Explore our cyber program for youth organizations for children ages 6-9

Allstate Cyber Safety for Kids sessions can be delivered to a variety of community and youth groups (Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, church groups, etc.).

An open Laptop computer. An open Laptop computer.

What does a session look like?

All sessions focus on three main topics:

Friend or Pretend

Teaching children that strangers they talk to online are not real friends and signs that someone could be acting suspiciously.

Beware what you share

A discussion around the importance of thinking about what you share online, and the dangers of sharing information.

Don't be mean on screen

Children engage in an activity about cyber-bullying and how they should think about what they say before posting it online.

Teacher interacts with the students that surrounds her.

We use our Cyber Safety Friends - Sid, Sophie and Scruff - to help us learn about these important topics. Throughout the session we reinforce the message to:

STOPicon - palm of a hand. What you're doing if it doesn't feel right

THINKicon - light bulb About what the right thing to do is

TELLicon - of a bubble with dots inside. A parent, teacher or trusted adult if you're unsure or uncomfortable

Young boy using a tablet computer.

What happens after a session?

At the end of the session, each child will be given a Cyber Safety Workbook. The workbook contains activities based on the key topics covered in the session and can be completed in the classroom or at home. They'll also be given a parent handbook which contains tips to help keep your children safe online and topics for discussion.

Why should your organization sign up?

Every child should know how to be safe online. This free program helps give children the knowledge and tools they need, as well as tips for parents and an opening to have these important discussions. Plus, every session is interactive and fun for the children.

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