Are you looking for ideas on how to teach children about internet safety?
Safer Internet Day brings attention to the ways we can teach children about online dangers, behaviours and habits.
It also brings together resources, ideas and knowledge sharing between parents, teachers, librarians and information security professionals.
We’ve pulled together some of the key resources and ideas that have been recommended. These aren’t just for use on the day, they can be used at home or at school anytime.
For you pinners, here is a Pinterest board all about Safer Internet Day Resources:
Kent Esafety Office have put together a list of children’s books on online safety and activity ideas for each:
You can get the Primary Education pack direct from SaferInternet.org. It comes with lesson plans, posters and a script for a school assembly:
Teaching Ideas has a page full of downloadable and printable posters, pictures and activities:
Childnet International have put together a collection of videos and tips on making your own videos to teach internet safety:
The Highland Esafety Group have put together a list of ideas for engaging with Safer Internet Day:
Education City have put together activity sheets, fact sheets and posters that you can download:
Esafety.gov have released complementary resources including powerpoint, videos and downloadables: