- Understand that being safe online is similar to staying safe in real life.
- Learn to identify websites and apps that are “just right” and “not right” for them.
- Know how to get help from an adult if they are unsure about a website.
Learning Outcome: Draw your own Internet Traffic Light
Key Vocabulary: caution, just right
caution: being careful
just right: something that is appropriate or fitting
Discussion / Game
The teacher will read the following statements
- You went to the Games-o-Rama website by accident and a stranger sent you a message asking for your name and age.
- The Wacky Bunny site is funny! Even your grandma thinks it’s just right for you.
- You are searching for pictures of hearts but come across a site that makes you feel uncomfortable.
- You visit a site about our solar system but the words are hard to read.
- A site for your favorite TV show has fun things for kids your age to do.
- There’s a kids sports site you visited that allows people to chat with each other.
- You’re on a game site where a screen pops up and asks for your email address.
- Your teacher tells you to visit a site where you can learn things about giraffes.
- You watch a funny video but notice the videos next to it look like they’re for big kids.
Task: Draw your own Internet Traffic light