Predators have found easy access to an unguarded playground, the Internet.

Yello Dyno and Internet Safety

“One in five children (10 to 17 years old) receive unwanted sexual
solicitations online.” – According to Highlights of the Youth Internet
Safety Survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice

Kids are growing up in an age of technology with millions of Internet
highways un-patrolled. Here’s a valuable note for you: Ask your students
in third through sixth grade about their Internet use and be ready to be

Roadrunner is racing into our lives. As educators we are mistaken if we
think poor and high-risk students have little access to the Internet.
Internet access is becoming as easy and basic as telephones and

In one class period you can teach Yello Dyno’s Play It Safe On The
Internet, through an interactive story that ties in the concept of Tricky
People to those unseen faces “charming” our kids Online.

Learn about Yello Dyno’s Play It Safe On The Internet and read part of
the lesson story: “Shannon could hear the footsteps behind her as she
walked towards home. The thought of being followed made her heart beat
faster…” (Link:

We look forward to helping you keep control of your students’ safety on
the Internet.

Jan Wagner, Yello Dyno Founder
Web: (Link:

YELLO DYNO: Safety Skills for a Lifetime
Non-Fearful, Musically-Based Anti-Victimization Curricula for Children.
Professional & Parent Tools for the Prevention of Abduction, Bullies,
Abuse, Drug Abuse, Internet Stalking and Violent Kids.
Founded 1987 – Over 2 Million Children Helped

Copyright 2005 Yello Dyno

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