FREE CYBER CIVICS ACTIVITIES FOR FAMILIES
To help parents teach their children how to be good citizens, online and off, we've pulled three of our favorite activities on this topic from our Cyber Civics curriculum. Here they are, free for all families.
Simply download the lesson plans below (best suited for children from 10-14). Be sure to watch the video too!
Activity 1: The 5 Principles of Citizenship
Teaches children what it means to be a good citizen, online and off.
Activity 2: How To Be a Good Citizen Online
Children apply the 5 principles of citizenship to online communities they belong to, or will belong to in the future.
Activity 3: What Kind of Citizen Will You Be?
This activity helps children consider how their participation within a community impacts others.
About Cyber Civics
Cyber Civics is the most comprehensive middle school digital literacy program you will find. It includes over 75 sequential lessons that help student make sense of a complex digital world.
During this time when so many children are home, we're offering our full program, the one that schools use, at 50% off to families at home. Visit this page to learn more. If you are interested in our school program, please visit us online or download and share our flyer (below) with your school.
Call: (949) 481-4319
"If a Cyber Civics or digital literacy class is offered in your school or community, sign the kids up."
-Kelly Wallace, CNN, "5 Things to Think About Before Buying Your Child a Cell Phone."
"Thank you so much for this course, it gave me what I needed to help my kids know how to be good digital citizens online. The activities were fun and engaging."
-Melanie Smelling, Parent
"Cyber Civics is the best digital media literacy curriculum I've seen yet as it is developmentally based and creative."
-Sheila Reilly, School Administrator
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