Home Alone flyer

Home Alone flyer for COVID-19: Keep Kids Safe During This Uncertain Time

Home Alone Worksheets

Boredom Busters 

Online Safety For Your Children  Information from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Be an eParent®!  Research shows that digital media can be a positive and powerful parenting tool. eParenting® provides parents and other caring adults ways to connect with children and adolescents using digital media. Be an eParent® by using this unbiased, research-based resource you can trust from UW-Extension!

Parenthetical   Where parents of teens and tweens learn, share & connect.

Protect the Ones You Love: Child Injuries are Preventable  Learn more about the steps you can take to prevent the leading causes of child injury.

Children Home Alone  At What Age Can a Child Legally be Left Alone?  Answers to this question and more.

How To Call 911 on Smart Phones – examples and simulators from Verizon Wireless

Teach 911  Help your child learn how to dial 911 from an iPhone.  Free iPhone app.  Online safety tips.

Red Cross Kids are you ready to stay home alone? Parents are you ready to have them stay home alone? Parents and kids, follow the steps outlined by Red Cross to feel more confident in your decision to stay home alone.

Protecting Kids Online The opportunities kids have to socialize online come with benefits and risks. Adults can help reduce the risks by talking to kids about making safe and responsible decisions.

Cultivate Safety  Youth safety on farms and a Child/Youth Agriculture Safety Checklist


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