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Safer Internet Day 

Safer Internet Day is celebrated annually on the second day for the second week in February. The goal of this day is to educate everyone about cyberspace and its perils and how to use the internet responsibly and safely. Events across the globe online and in educational institutions pave the way and show children as well as adults how they can play their part.

Teachers, parents, and policymakers should be aware of how they can empower and support children in their journeys through the digital world. This helps to combat a generational gap that fosters distrust between young people and their peers. On Safer Internet Day, children can take the opportunity to learn about how they can spot the signs of unsafe online behavior and cyberbullying to learn methods to stay safe.

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Raise Awareness to Make the Internet a Safer Place

A safer internet is particularly important for children and young people, who are now growing up with a wide selection of digital platforms at their fingertips. To spread the word about online safety faster, craft visually attractive social media posts with tips for staying safe online with Design Wizard.

Here’s how to get your eye-catching design in just a few minutes:

Step 1: To get started, browse the Design Wizard library of Safer Internet Day templates. Find a style you like and select it to open in the dashboard.

Step 2: Personalize your template by changing colors, adjusting text, or adding images and icons. List your top tips for a safe journey through cyberspace and tweak font style, size, and line spacing. 

Step 3: Save and download your final design. Or share it directly to your chosen social media channels.

How to Contribute to Safer Internet Day

The goal of Safer Internet Day is to create a better internet for everyone. Search for videos around internet safety and get informed. Then create your own video and share it with your friends on social media. Find out if there are any events in your area or held virtually that you can attend to get the latest updates on how you can do your part in keeping everyone safe online.

It’s also a big concern for families and parents, who are often overwhelmed with the task of keeping their children safe in cyberspace. There’s only so much they can manage with restricting access and blocking suspicious content. Educational material and activity sheets for the kids can often be a great support, as it empowers children to make their own decisions and be aware of the risks.