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Clever believes in a safer internet

By Catherine Ordeman on

With the right tools, students can learn how to become digital citizens at any age.

Here at Clever, we know that keeping kids safe is a number one priority – that doesn’t stop when they engage with online tools. When teachers provide students with safe and structured ways to engage with the internet; they encourage them to become responsible digital citizens.

In celebration of Safer Internet Day, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite safe search engines and digital literacy tools to help your students develop smart internet habits.

Add these kid-tested, teacher-approved resources to your Teacher Page today.

KidRex

Why we love it: KidRex accepts phonetic spelling so any level of reader can be a researcher and filters out sites that aren’t kid friendly

Kiddle

Why we love it: Kiddle prioritizes pages written specifically for kids when organizing results and offers keyword blocking

Common Sense Education

Why we love it: Common Sense Education has lessons on Digital Literacy that emphasize safety and provides ratings of other digital tools to help you find the safest apps for your classroom

Be Internet Awesome

Why we love it: Be Internet Awesome is an ISTE standard aligned curriculum and interactive game that teaches students the five fundamental values of digital safety.