Fall - Internet Safety for K-5

 PreK, K, & 1

Basic Internet Safety

Play these two little songs (may be done on different days) and discuss the safety rules.

Know the Rules song

http://www.netsmartzkids.org/LearnWithClicky/KnowTheRules

 

Be Safer Online Song-Use for elem Internet safety Unit

http://www.netsmartzkids.org/LearnWithClicky/BeSaferOnline

 

Protecting Personal Information& Social Networking 

View the Bad Nettiquette Stinks video and discuss ( 6:45)

http://www.netsmartz.org/NetSmartzKids/BadNetiquetteStinks

 Grade 2

Basic Internet Safety

Play these two little songs (may be done on different days) and discuss the safety rules.

Know the Rules song

http://www.netsmartzkids.org/LearnWithClicky/KnowTheRules

 Be Safer Online Song-Use for elem Internet safety Unit

http://www.netsmartzkids.org/LearnWithClicky/BeSaferOnline

 CyberBullying

Click on the tab for Elementary: Screen out the Mean lesson

http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/cyberbullying-toolkit

 

 
Protecting Personal Information & Social Networking

 

View the Bad Nettiquette Stinks video and discuss ( 6:45)

http://www.netsmartz.org/NetSmartzKids/BadNetiquetteStinks

 

 Grade 3

Basic Internet Safety

Play Surf Swell Island with Mickey, Minnie and the gang. The teacher goes to the link and lets the children choose the correct answers. The games in between your correct answers are not necessary. The actual learning areas are fun for the students to do as a class without the extra game at the end of each Island adventure.

 

Help Disney characters (MIckey, Minnie and more) travel through Surf Swell Island safely

(This is interactive. You may use one computer and let students direct you for answers to the game. At the very beginning, the puzzle will just be skipped when you hit START. That is fine.) This is the Australian version which works better than the US version, and it's a great site.

http://home.disney.com.au/activities/surfswellisland/

 

CyberBullying

Take The Big Help’s Cyber Bullying Quiz as a class. Discuss.

http://www.nick.com/games/the-big-help-are-you-cyber-savvy.html

 

Protecting Personal Information & Social Networking

View the Bad Nettiquette Stinks video ( 6:45) and discuss

http://www.netsmartz.org/NetSmartzKids/BadNetiquetteStinks

 

Ivy's Search Engine Resources

Click on the link below and explore the many "kid safe search engine"s at the site. Discuss why using one of these search engines is better than using a regular search engine.

http://ivyjoy.com/rayne/kidssearch.html

 

Netiquette

Bad Netiquette Stinks http://www.netsmartzkids.org/VideoOfTheMonth (Time 6:44)

 

Grade 4

Basic Internet Safety

Play Surf Swell Island with Mickey, Minnie and the gang. The teacher goes to the link and lets the children choose the correct answers. The games in between your correct answers are not necessary. The actual learning areas are fun for the students to do as a class without the extra game at the end of each Island adventure.

 

Help Disney characters (MIckey, Minnie and more) travel through Surf Swell Island safely

(This is interactive. You may use one computer and let students direct you for answers to the game. At the very beginning, the puzzle will just be skipped when you hit START. That is fine.) This is the Australian version which works better than the US version, and it's a great site.

http://home.disney.com.au/activities/surfswellisland/

 

CyberBullying--

Read and discuss: “What can Kids, Teens, and Young Adults Can Do”

http://www.stopbullying.gov/topics/cyberbullying/young_people/index.html

 

Take The Big Help’s Cyber Bullying Quiz as a class. Discuss.

http://www.nick.com/games/the-big-help-are-you-cyber-savvy.html

 

Protecting Personal Information & Social Networking

Nickelodeon, Common Sense Media, and other reputable sources have put together a website called The Big Help. View and discuss the 10 Rules of the Road and then view the video located in the top right of the page. Discuss.

http://www.nick.com/thebighelp/digital-citizen-hub-page.html

 

Ivy's Search Engine Resources

Click on the link below and explore the many "kid safe search engine"s at the site. Discuss why using one of these search engines is better than using a regular search engine.

http://ivyjoy.com/rayne/kidssearch.html

 

Grade 5

Basic Internet Safety

Review the five basic rules and ask students questions which require using the rules.

Rules:

     Follow the rules your teachers and parents set.

     Never trade personal photographs online without your parents’ approval.

     Never give your address, phone number, school, or school address to strangers. (This means don’t post them online.)

     Never agree to meet someone in person that you have met online.

     Never respond to threats in email or online messages. Always share these and all your online activities with your parent or trusted adult.

Situations:

     You meet a friendly, smart guy playing a game online. He wants you to meet him at the movie. You should ?

     Your mother says you cannot have a facebook page, but your friend has one and you really want one. You should?

     You get a pop-up window which says you can win a new iPad2 if you fill out your name, address, phone number, and age. You should???

     Someone sends you a message online that makes you feel a little weird. You should???

     You play an online game with friends and one of the other players says mean things about your best friend. You should???

     Your older cousin asks if she can post a picture of you with a note about it on Facebook. What will you say?

 

CyberBullying

Read and discuss: “What can Kids, Teens, and Young Adults Can Do”

http://www.stopbullying.gov/topics/cyberbullying/young_people/index.html

 

Take The Big Help’s Cyber Bullying Quiz as a class. Discuss.

http://www.nick.com/games/the-big-help-are-you-cyber-savvy.html

 

Protecting Personal Information & Social Networking

Nickelodeon, Common Sense Media, and other reputable sources have put together a website called The Big Help. View and discuss the 10 Rules of the Road and then view the video located in the top right of the page. Discuss.

http://www.nick.com/thebighelp/digital-citizen-hub-page.html

Ivy's Search Engine Resources

Click on the link below and explore the many "kid safe search engine"s at the site. Discuss why using one of these search engines is better than using a regular search engine.

http://ivyjoy.com/rayne/kidssearch.html

 

If you have access to student computers, you may use this tool:

WEBONAUTS Game- Have students participate in centers on computers or work through the game as a class. You do not need to complete it all in one day. Just make sure to save your game so you can go right back to where you were. http://pbskids.org/webonauts/