Teach Your Kids to Find Credible Sources Online

June 27, 2018

Jeannette Tuionetoa

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Teach your children the invaluable lesson of finding credible and reliable resources online. I will be the first to admit that when I first had my daughter do research online, she came back with everything “Wikipedia”. I felt so bad for not telling her that Wikipedia wasn’t a reliable source. She had to go and re-do her whole assignment.

Information is literally at our fingertips. However, it is imperative for your learner to know how to find reliable news sources and to learn to avoid fake news reports and find reliable news sources online. This resource guides kids as they learn to pull information for projects and reports online. It also teaches them how to spot a fake news report and find real news sources online. I think I needed this as well to be honest.

Head over to Techie Homeschool Mom for help in teaching your child how to find reliable and credible resources online.

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