Kid Zone

Hi kids! Welcome to the GTPD Kid Zone. This is a special area we have blocked off just for you to enjoy. Our Kid Zone provides links to play games, print and color pictures, puzzles and many more entertaining activities. We update this area often so remember to keep coming back!

Staying Safe Online

FBI-SOS (Safe Online Surfing) Internet Challenge https://sos.fbi.gov/en/

The site features six grade-specific “islands” — for third- through eighth-grade students — highlighting various aspects of cyber security through games, videos, and other interactive features. Each island has either seven or eight areas to explore — with a specific cyber safety lesson — and its own central character and visual theme. For example, fourth grade features Ice Island, complete with falling snow and penguins.


NetSmartzKids https://www.netsmartzkids.org/

A program of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, this interactive site features games, videos, puzzles, and helpful information to keep younger children safe when online. Narrated by Clicky (an animated robot), the site is geared to children ages 5-17, with a focus on the web’s youngest audience. The companion website (https://www.missingkids.org/NetSmartz) provides helpful information and resources on a range of topics, from cyberbullying to social media and sexting.


Kid Zone Activities

 Safe Trip Home Maze: Download this PDF to follow the maze from school to home and learn a message or two along the way.
911 Color Pages: Download this PDF to color it with your favorite markers or crayons and to learn more about when to call 911.
Community Helper Word Scramble: Print this PDF and identify the people in your community you can turn to if you need help.

Kids Links

McGruff the Crime Dog: Meet McGruff the Crime Dog.  McGruff and his pal, Scruff, bring ideas about kids staying safe through safety puzzles, games, and coloring pages.
FBI Kids: Learn more about the FBI through stories, games, and interactives.  You can also meet the FBI dogs on this page.

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