Online Safety for Kids, made Fun
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All The Likes
The card game (age 6+) combining hours of FUN and learning about online safety. Switch on your sense of humour when a WHACKY action card comes up! Prepare your best reflexes to call out "Like!" when two cards displaying the same safety tip come up. All the Likes is also a great conversation starter. WHAT ELSE? It's 3 games in 1 deck.
What Parents & Kids think
Our kids love this game
“Our kids love playing All the Likes! They love the cards and come up with clever questions.” – D.B.
"This game is so smart. It tackles important issues and every element of it (the design, the action cards...) makes each round quite entertaining for players of any age.” – J. M.
It's a win-win
“All the Likes makes it very easy to start the online safety chat and to keep it going. Our children love playing it, with or without us. It's a win-win.” – A. H.
The Main Game
Team Together Online creates games and accessories to help kids and teens acquire online safety skills in a fun and relaxed way. Say goodbye to kids’ boredom and parental anxiety around this topic. Team up, have fun, stay cool!
Australia's national independent regulator for online safety. The eSafety Commissioner is an independent statutory office supported by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). Its website offers plenty of resources for parents and young people. You can report online abuse to eSafety https://www.esafety.gov.au
ThinkUKnow & ACCCE
ThinkUKnow is a cyber safety program managed by the Australian Federal Police. It provides presentations to Australian parents, carers, teachers and students. This website also offers resources for parents, carers and educators https://www.thinkuknow.org.au/
The ACCCE is the Australian Federal Police (AFP) led Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation. You can report inappropriate behaviour towards children online to ACCE. You might also be able to help stop child abuse by tracing an object on the ACCCE website.
The International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC) is a leading NGO working to make the world safer for children by eradicating child abduction, sexual abuse, and exploitation.
ICMEC has a portal dedicated to online safety education.
Acknowledgement of Country
Team Together Online acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which we live and work, and pays our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.