Report if a child sees anything disturbing online
It’s important to help a child feel comfortable to come to a parent or teacher if they see something disturbing online, and importantly, to not blame them.
It’s easier to control at home as you can configure your router.
But when a child is on mobile data, it’s very much more difficult to monitor what they’re seeing.
In addition, all it takes is one child with a phone who’s parents have not blocked adult media, to show it to their friends.
Issue 26 of CUBIC Magazine is all about Computers.
Content includes; what’s inside a computer, binary, design a game, programming, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, computer languages, and electronic money.
There’s all the regular activities too, such as word-searches, mazes and more…
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About CUBIC Magazine
CUBIC Magazine was launched in May 2020 by a team with over forty years combined experience private tuition and the publication of children’s educational material in England, South Korea and Spain.
Our team has also published a number of books in the educational field, specifically in Mathematics. More detail on these products soon.
Our team has a good mix of backgrounds in science and visuals arts which help make CUBIC Magazine a powerful combination of the two.
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Report if a child sees anything disturbing online – Useful links
Child Online Protection Act (Wikipedia)