A good first step for family Web surfing is to choose a good starting point, a "family home page" of sorts. A good general-purpose family page provides a jumping-off point in which all the links are family-friendly. Kids starting out should be taught to begin at that page, use only the links on that page, and use the Back button to return to that page after visiting any of its links. (If you make that page your home page, they can click the Home button to return to it anytime .) These habits corral a kid's surfing to a limited, appropriate range of sites.
You'll probably want to browse and search for a family page that best fits your family. Some good choices are