Teach your youngest students how to stay safe online with these posters, worksheets and minibook. Students will learn how to be responsible digital citizens, what makes a strong password, what to do if they are being cyberbullied and what information is safe to share online.
What is included:
- 6 posters about staying safe online and cyberbullying. There is also a certificate that says “I am a super digital citizen”. There are 2 different color versions and 1 black and white that students can color.
- 4 worksheets/printables
- Page 1: Private Information Students will color an emoji for each question If the information is private information they would color a frown, if it is not private (and ok to share online) they color a smiley face
- Page 2: Perfect Passwords Students will read a brief passage about passwords and what makes a strong password Then they will answer 6 true or false questions about passwords
- Page 3: Stay Safe Online Cut and paste worksheet Students will cut out the phrases at the bottom and paste them in the correct category (safe or not safe)
- Page 4: Be Respectful Online Top of page: students will answer 4 fill in the blank questions about being respectful and cyberbullying (very simple) Bottom of page: a sample message that is written meanly. Students will answer questions about the message (all answers will be circled)
- Mini Book
- Cover page (digital safety)
- Page 1: what is safe to share online? Circle the safe things, X out the unsafe things. Words and pictures for each one
- Page 2: what makes a good password? Color the computer red (bad password) or green (good password)
- Page 3: what to do if you are being cyberbullied. Students read and color the pictures
- Page 4: I will follow the digital safety rules (color a picture)
• ABC Order Practice for Google Slides (Alphabetical Order)
• Fiction vs Nonfiction Activities for Google Slides
• Library Skills Activities K-2 for Google Slides
Please note: I created these posters and activities for younger elementary students. Kindergarten students and some first graders will need extra guidance on how to complete the activities. I tried to make them as simple as possible. The mini book and worksheets cover the same information, they are just in a different format. Please download the preview, it shows every page of the file.
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