.social media bedtime stories .

How To Keep Social Media for Kids Fun and Safe

Talking to your kids about social media safety isn’t simply telling them the dos and don’ts. It’s also about taking interest in what they do and creating an honest, open line of communication

So, how do you start the conversation about privacy online with your kids?

Of course, by adding some magic and delivering it in embedded stories , to be more specific embedded in bedtime stories 

This may be an opportunity for parents to tell children what safe information allowed to be shared with others about themselves.

Latest Kids Online Safety Statistics [from websits of Choice]

  • 70% of kids encounter sexual or violent content online while doing homework research
  • 17% of tweens (age 8-12) received an online message with photos or words that made them feel uncomfortable, only 7% of parents were aware of this
  • 65% of 8-14 year-olds have been involved in a cyberbullying incident
  • 36% of girls and 31% of boys have been bullied online
  • 16% of high school students have considered suicide because of cyberbullying
  • 75% of children would share personal information online in exchange for goods and services



.cyber safety bedtime stories.

keep your kids safe online

Do you want to teach them how to be smart and make a positive choice when engaging online?

Do you want to teach them online rules but your confused how to do it?

What your child will learn from this book:

  • How to stay safe on social media
  • how to avoid Cyberbullying
  • Effects of Addictions on the internet
  • why private life should be kept private
  • Take permission when online shopping

Therefore, if you are feeling that the online world is creeping into everything we do, but you don’t know how to help protect your children online, this bedtime story book will entertain your child and teach him/her how to stay safe online without them even realizing.

Are you ready to help your children to understand how to stay safe online?

.gaming bedtime stories.

Ways to keep Your Children Safe While Playing Video games

Games can offer young people a sense of escape from the reality of the world and the social aspect of some games can help children feel part of a community.

However, without the right guidance on what games to play or when to play, children can be exposed to certain risks such as in-game bullying, online grooming or in some extreme cases gaming addiction.

Video game threats for children  ( Cyberbullying, Privacy,Predators,In-game purchases, and more……)

Here in “Zack playing online” stories we provided kids with advice on some of the potential risks and things they can do when they face some security issues, these guidelines embedded in stories in a way to help them build their resilience and to make safer choices while gaming.
Security awareness through stories allows kids to have fun while learning and feel a sense of engagement, which is significantly higher than giving instruction to them.

.5 minutes BEDTIME STORIES for early-level readers.

some challenges children face in real life

There are so many things that children can stress about some of which may seem trivial to adults, but feel major to the child.

This compilation of short stories is aimed at children aged 4-6 years old, but the same lessons apply for all of us throughout our lives.  Sometimes, it can be useful to give children examples of life’s lessons and hardships on several topics so that they can relate to them meaningfully.

At the end of each story, you will find some questions you can use as starting points to discuss the issue discussed in the story and get your child to ask questions too.  You may find that they tell you about something, which has been bothering them, which is related to the story, or are prompted to delve deeper into their understanding of a particular theme.

Table of Contents

  • Story One – The Little Boy Who Cried
  • Story Two – One for You, One for Me
  • Story Three – Respecting Others
  • Story Four – Making Friends
  • Story Five – Getting Caught
  • Story Six – Little Sister
  • Story Seven – Man’s Best Friend

.BEDTIME STORIES for middle-grade

behaviors and attitudes

In the hustle and bustle of daily life, busy moms and dads don’t always have the time to focus on teaching their kids some certain Manners & values. Values are very important in parenting since they deeply influence all behaviors and attitudes and effect our decisions and relationships

But what if you don’t have to reinforce them directly to your kids?  

by embedding them in stories, these values will be received indirectly, and the more they read about it, the more likely they learn and incorporate them in their lives.

Stoties in book:

  • The Same But Different
  • Mistakes Are Good
  • Top Of The Class
  • Parents Are People Too
  • The Little Kid
  • Breaking The Rules
  • Ask Why?
  • Are You Feeling Okay?
  • Look After The Planet
  • And The Answer Is