|Safer Internet Day|
Today is Safer Internet Day.
The theme of the day this year is...
'an internet we can trust.'
Even children as young as ours need to understand how to keep themselves safe on the internet.
We have already covered some aspects of this in class before Christmas, with a character called 'Smartie the Penguin.'
Today we are going to focus on how to keep safe when watching videos and how we cannot always trust a video just because it looks safe at first.
The 'Jessie and Friends' materials have been designed specifically for 4-5 year olds.
Watch the below video with your child and talk about what Jessie does and what happens.
Use the following questions to help:
|Activity Time 1|
Children learn well through songs with actions.
We would like the children to learn the chorus to 'The Funny Tummy Song' with the actions.
The song words and actions can be found in the pictures below.
Play the song in the video again and help your child to learn the actions by joining in with them.
We would love to se a photo or short video of them joining in. Please email these to Mrs Turner (if your child is in F2T) or Miss Trivett (if your child is in F2GT).
|Activity Time 2|
Talk with your child about who could help them to feel safe, if they see something that makes them feel worried, scared or sad on the internet.
Ask your child to draw and label a picture of this person.
Write a sentence to say who can help you.
Use your phonics and sight words to help.
Your sentence might go like this:
My ______ can help me on the internet.
Email a photo of your drawing to your teacher.