These resources were originally put together in November 2020 during anti-bullying week. They have been taylored for Year 3 but extra resources are added for other years.
- Understand what online meanness can look like and how it can make people feel
- Identify ways to respond to mean words online, using S-T-O-P
Discuss ways to put a STOP to Online meanness
E-Volve on Common Sense Digital Passport
Interland Kind Kingdom
What can you do if you someone is mean to you.
Put a STOP to online meaness
S: Step away
- Why do you think you should stop using your device and step away?
T: Tell a trusted adult
- If someone makes you feel angry, sad, or scared online, which grown-ups can you tell and ask for help?
O: OK sites only
- Why is it important to go online only with an adult, or when an adult says it is OK?
Emphasize that some sites are not made for kids, and allow kids to communicate with others. This opens up opportunities for online meanness to occur.
P: Pause and think
- Would it be helpful to talk to the person who was being mean?
What is cyber bullying?
E-volve on Digital Passport by Common Sense Education
More tasks at the bottom of the page
Success : I complete most of E-volve and some of the Kind Kingdom puzzles
Even Better Success : I can complete all of E-volve and most of the Kind Kingdom puzzles
Extra Super Success : I can complete both puzzles and gain a certificate for both
Cyberbully Word Search
TASK: Be Strong Online Quiz
TASK: Digital Etiquette on BrainPOP
TASK: Record a video of yourself
Suggest what you will do to help prevent Cyberbullying
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Create a Poster about Cyberbullying
Use Paint to make a logo for Cyberbullying prevention
Write a story or poem about Cyberbullying
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