Discovery Kids Announces Puterbugs for Online Safety – ages 8 and under!

The first website to teach young children ages 8 and younger today’s most important computer skills!
The latest national studies show kids 8 and younger accumulate staggering amounts of digital media per day. With all this screen time, most kids are just plugged into playing games and apps. Puterbugs is a refreshing new website designed to teach kids healthy ways to use technology as a tool, not just a toy.

With a “modern-day Mr. Rogers” virtual teacher, and a set of Puterbugs for each letter of the keyboard, the program is a unique collaboration between the largest provider of technology education at Imagine Tomorrow, and the experts at Discovery Kids (Discovery Channel).

With all the tech gadgets that parents buy kids this holiday season, there’s no better time to maximize that investment by teaching healthy tech habits start early.

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Erin Klein is an award winning educator, national keynote speaker, author, and mother.

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  1. My kids (6 & 4) LOVE the puterbugs and Mr. Scott. It's good stuff. We do in person classes in Colorado and online at puterbugs.com. I love to hear them say "I did it!". They have learned the keyboard in a super fun way and know how to respect technology.

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