Teaching online safety cannot wait until children reach adolescence. Data from NCMEC's CyberTipline and Child Victim Identification Program shows that children under the age of 12 are often the victims of online enticement, sextortion, and child sexual abuse imagery. Young children need to be aware of risks and empowered to practice online safety skills, however, adults often struggle to find the language to talk with young children about online dangers and the skills to practice protective behaviors that help keep them safe. NCMEC's unique perspective as the centralized reporting mechanism for suspected child exploitation offers important insights to the risks to young children online and informs our prevention education content. Join us for a discussion of the most recent NCMEC data on the dangers young children are facing online today as well as a first look at NCMEC's brand new online safety web series, Into the Cloud. This exciting new program is designed especially for children 5-10 years old and includes engaging videos, easy-to-use discussion guides, and a multilevel game - all age-appropriate and easy to implement in a wide range of settings. Come share your own successes and challenges implementing online safety programs for young children and families in this interactive workshop.