My Online Thinking Cap

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It is important to never share information about yourself like your name, age, where you go to school, or where you live. If you are talking to someone online and they make you feel uncomfortable or if you see something and your Harm Alarm goes off, you need to tell an adult in charge.  When online, you should:

THINK: Always think before posting or sharing information online.

BE NICE: Always be kind to other online.  Don’t be a bully.

FRIENDS: Only talk to friends and people you know online.

SECRETS: Never keep a secret about who you are talking to online.

TELL: Tell an adult in charge if your Harm Alarm goes off. 

 

Lil’ Iguana says, “Never agree to meet someone or give them your information!”  It is important to know if you are talking to someone online and they make you feel uncomfortable or if you see something and your Harm Alarm goes off, you need to tell an adult in charge.  With this craft, kids will be able to think about the rules to follow while playing online, texting, or downloading.  Parents/guardians and educators should have a conversation about what are safe ways to have fun online. 

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DIRECTIONS

Step 1 :
Download and print the Online Thinking Cap Craft Template below. There is a space to fill in your child's name and age
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Step 2 :
Color the cap & fill in the icons
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Step 3 :
Carefully cut out the cap with scissors
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Step 4 :
To make sure the cap fits, cut the band to the size of your head
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Step 5 :
Once you have the correct size, tape the pieces of paper together
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Step 6 :
Make sure to tape the back of the band before placing it on your head
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Step 7 :
Wear your cap and share your online safety lessons with others
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After Making this Craft

Tag @LiliguanaSafety on Instagram and hashtag it #liliguanafun

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