Blogs - Kidblog.org is designed for elementary and middle school teachers who want to provide each student with their own, unique blog.
Curriculum - Internet Safety and Citizenship - CyberSmart! - Free to educators, the CyberSmart! Student Curriculum empowers students to use the Internet safely, responsibly, and effectively.
Curriculum - Internet Safety and Citizenship - Jacqui Murray's Blog - "The moment students start using the computer, they need to create good habits. That includes not only posture and hand position, but internet use, In my class, that starts in kindergarten. Students need to understand the pros and cons of computer basics, the dangers and benefits of websites, and the right way to use both (they’re not just for games).Here’s a list of websites I use with my kindergarten and first graders to both introduce them to the computer (and all of its parts) and start them on the right way to surf the internet. I start with internet basics and mouse skills at the beginning of the year and spend the remaining months working through the rest." This site has a bunch of links to sites on the Internet to help you teach young children about the Internet.
Images - Digital Big Huge Labs (Do fun stuff with digital images)
Internet Safety -Safe Surf Quiz - U.S. Attorney website that quizzes kids on internet safety…those who pass can print out a certificate stating that they are internet safety savvy.
Resources - Kids.gov is a site hosted by the Federal Government with resources for grades K through 8 in art, technology, money, careers, math, health, social studies, science, language arts and more.
Information & Communication Technology Resources
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