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October 22, 2016
Keep Track of Your Family's Passwords

Create a password-protected file that contains all of the username and password combinations your kids use for various websites. Teach your kids to keep track of their own passwords and make sure they're only using websites that you've previewed and approved (like Scholastic's site for tweens, The STACKS). Finally, talk with your kids about keeping their passwords private and not sharing them with friends.


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