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Cyman Learns Gaming Smarts and Dangers

Cyman is a gamer that learns a very valuable lesson about the importance of safely and responsibly interacting when playing games that connect him with friends – and strangers – online. After making some poor decisions – such as over-sharing personal information and trying to meet up with a “friend” he met online while gaming – he learns the potential consequences of not applying “stranger danger” while playing games online.

 This book will help teach you and your children Cyman’s very important “Gamers Guideline” to ensure you and your children can safely and responsibly enjoy the world of (online) gaming – the global arcade – that we now share with everyone!

When communicating with others while gaming,

have fun but know how to avoid danger.

And if you remember Cyman’s “Gamers Guideline”

Then you – like Cyman – will be a true and Epic Gamer!

Includes reproducible activity pages at the end of the story.

Grades 1 - 5

By: Richard Guerry

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Cyman Learns Gaming Smarts and Dangers

Author: YouthLight

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