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Safer Internet Day 2021

Safer Internet Day 2021

This afternoon, we would like you to take a bit of time to think about how to stay safe on the internet.

 

A good start for parents is to think about SMART rules.

Take a look at the information below to help guide your discussions with your child.

 

SMART Rules

Smartie the Penguin

 

Listen to these stories about Smartie the Penguin.

 

There are two versions of the stories.

You can choose which story you would like to listen to, or you could listen to both. 

They have different messages, all are important messages that can help keep your child safe on the internet.

 

The First version of the story covers the following 3 themes:

1. Upsetting images

2. Unreliable information

3. Talking to strangers online

 

The Second version of the story covers the following 3 themes:

 

1. Pop ups and in app purchasing

2. Inappropriate websites for older children

3. Cyberbullying

Follow up Activities

 

Try one or two of these activities to follow up the story.

 

1) Smartie the Penguin colouring page- you could write the song around your picture.

2) Make Smartie the penguin and his Mummy and Daddy out of playdough. Retell the story using your play dough penguins.

3) Draw some pictures from the story to create your own Smartie the Penguin story telling us about how to stay safe on the internet.

4) Write some advice (or get an adult to write for you) in the speech bubbles about how to stay safe on the internet.

5) Make a penguin mask and act out one of the stories.

6) Draw your own hand print penguins (see picture below) You could make these into puppets to retell the story.

7) Try cutting out the 2D shapes to make your own Smartie the Penguin.

 

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