"Through the Wild Web Woods" is an online game, produced under the Council of Europe programme "Building a Europe for and with children", designed to help 7-10 year-olds understand the Internet and acquire the skills to become wise internet users.
It is available in 24 languages:
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The game also promotes key values that guide the work of the Council of Europe, including democracy, respect for others and children's rights.
The game is also accompanied by an online teaching pack proposing ways for teachers to discover Internet safety together with their pupils, which exists in 14 languages.
Since its launch in late 2007 more than three million visits have been recorded worldwide.
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