Know other risky terms to be aware of your kids' cyberwellbeing
The plug :
Someone that supplies alcohol/drugs
For example, if your kids are at a party, some kids want to drink alcohol but stores don't sell it to under 18, they may say "Go for the plug to get us some drinks!"
Fear of missing out
When kids check social media and find that their classmates had a party without inviting them, they may get upset and suffer from FOMO.
Let's meet in real life
When strangers approach your kids online, they might say this to your kids "I know I'm older than you but you're very mature for your age, LMIRL."
Go Away Leave Me Alone.
Imagine there are certain guys sending mean messages to your kids at school. And your kids may text back with "Please GALMA, why are u doing this to me?" Learn More Teen Slang >>
Know parents' worries
Worried about the kid going to a dangerous place
The age of pandemic is not over yet. Yet, approximately 42% of kids choose to play games after school, and 22% of them choose to hang out with friends. So, parents' concern over kids' whereabouts is totally understandable. FamiSafe' Live Location feature allows parents to update kids' real-time location and make sure they are in the safe places.
Worried about the kid having too much screen time and vision loss
The digital world is so interesting that kids can easily be attracted by games, videos, e-books, social interactions, and so on. Once there is no restraint, the kid will easily indulge in it. Kids aged 8-18 spend 7.5h/day on screen (Kaiser Family Foundation External), and this is one of the culprits that cause kids to be short-sighted, lack sleep and obese.
Worried about the kid being isolated or get into trouble with school bullying
If your kid often exhibits emotional abnormalities, low mood, stays in the room most of the time, and has no interest in social activities. These signs have appeared. Parents must pay attention to your kids. They are likely to be isolated at school or encounter sad things such as bullying. They need the tender care of their parents.
Tips to Ensure Your Kids’ Safety at School
1. Talk regularly with teachers and administrators
2. Be familiar with your kids’ school emergency procedures
3. Make sure you & your kids know the routes to and from the school
4. Pay attention to changes in your kids’ behavior. This may signal that something is wrong
5. Talk with your kids about online safety (Do not share personal information online, do not talk to strangers online, etc.)
6. Rely on technology to know your kids’ real-time location
Time management is so important and what better way than FamiSafe to monitor my children’s screen time so that they study, interact with family and play games as well, rather than spending all their time on their devices.
It's quite simple to set parental controls on YouTube with FamiSafe. I added some probable offensive words to the app's word bank and can track their activities on YouTube by receiving real-time notifications.
FamiSafe is excellent support for my husband and me. We are a working couple and can’t spend much time at home. While we are away, the only way to know that my kids are safe and happy is via FamiSafe. Have an emotional connection with this App.
Being a parent is another challenge! The world outside the house is not safe for our kids. We want to keep our eyes on our kids always so that they cannot get bad habits. So as per my experience, Famisafe can help you to track your kids' activities and their physical presence too.
Everyone at least once should try this app Famisafe because this is the best app I used ever. It provides a real-time location for your kids, and you can check if they are studying or using the phone. You can set the time limit, and after the time is over, the phone will get locked, so 5-star definitely. Thankyou Famisafe.
Harry was upset and depressed from the past week. I came to know about his cyberbullying experience from the app called Famisafe. Thank God! It helped me save my child from further exploitation.
Back to School Checklist
Pay attention to school news
Notify the school of any allergies or health problems your kid has
Review school dress code
Review school holiday schedule
Register for after-school activities
Masks, band-aids, disinfectant
School bag, stationery, stationery storage box, notebook
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A curse meaning “go to hell.”
An offensive word to describe a low, worthless, or evil person.
May be used to describe a kid who behaves in ways that are considered odd or unconventional.
May be a offensive word to attack kids' appearence
Frase to hurt other people without having to own up to what they are saying
Kill Yourself, which may be used seriously or jokingly to tell a person to end their life.
You Are a Loser. It can suggest a cyberbullying risk.
Want to trade photos? (May be an inappropriate picture!)
A well-dressed, attractive man, tend to be older and financially well-off.
Age/Sex/Location,usually asked as a question in romantic or sexual contexts online.