Quizzes, games and videos - cybersafety

There are great ways to share Cybersafety info with children. Use Games, Quizes and videos to engegae them. Be sure to discuss them with your children and help them learn

Quizzes

You can check out the fun quizzes below. Try them with a friend and decide on the best answers.
 
 
 
 

Games

Some online games will be a fun way to test your knowledge and discuss cyber safety with your friends or your family.
 
The CD
 
You will have a copy of this CD from your Community Liaison officers.
 
It contains a game for primary children and Secondary age children. You will need to know some Cybersafety tips to play and win the games.
 
They are fun and worth playing together.
 
The games about cybersafety on the ACMA site with Hector are great for young kids.
 
http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/en/young%20kids/have-some-fun/jigsaw-puzzles.aspx
 
Six games for young children in one site: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/6-internet-safety-games-kids-cyber-smart/
 
Cybersafety games for children with special needs, learning difficulties or low literacy levels.  http://engage.acma.gov.au/new-cybersafety-game/  or  Cybersmart Access http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Schools/Teacher%20resources/Cybersmart%20Access.aspx
 
 

Great cybersafety videos to watch

A short video can really help you think about the issues.  

You tube has some great videos made by Indigenous people. Skinny Fish is the company who made them

 
 General Cybersmart videos from the CyberSmart Web site.
 
The Hector videos for young children are fun to watch
 
http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/en/young%20kids/visit-hectors-world.aspx
 
These videos and games will suit older children.
 
http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Teens/Games%20and%20videos.aspx
 
The video Tagged is 18 minutes long but excellent.  http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Teens/Games%20and%20videos/tagged.aspx
 
The site Scamwatch has some great videos.