I hope you had some fun in the snow yesterday!
Today is a bit of a different timetable. As we are celebrating ‘internet safety day’. This is particularly important, especially as we are completing our home learning from home at the moment. Its important we keep ourselves safe when using the internet and know who to talk too if we need help. Check out the fun activities below for you to complete today!
Please continue to send your work to us each day, so we can provide any feedback and see how hard you are working!
Our daily outline of what your day will look like today:
Internet safety activities
Internet safety day tasks:
First, I would like to start off our internet safety day with a PowerPoint from Smartie the penguin. Work through the PowerPoint and allow time to discuss the different questions with your child. It is important they understand about being safe when using the internet.
Here below is an extra information for parents to have a look at and read any tips on helping keeping their child safe.
Now you have checked out the PowerPoint, do you know all the different ways to keeping safe whilst using the internet?
Make an internet safety poster with some pictures and captions. Remember to make it bright and colourful to attract people to reading it! Have a look at the examples below:
Check out the video below, explaining all the way to keep safe online! You want to be like the superhero.
Choosing activities for internet safety day:
Have a look at the activities below linked to Smartie the penguin, please complete at least two.
1. Make a mask
Make a Smartie the Penguin or Daddy and Mummy Penguin plate mask.
- www.activityvillage.co.uk/penguin-mask-craft You can also use this link to create other penguin crafts.
2. Colour in Smartie and write some helpful advice.
Have a go at our colouring pages for Smartie and his family and write some advice for him in the speech bubbles.
- You could stick these up on the wall near your device.
3. Write a song
Write a new verse to accompany Mummy Penguin's chorus, to help Smartie be safe on the internet.
4. Make a sock puppet
Try making a penguin sock puppet to retell the story of Smartie the Penguin
This site has some simple instructions.
5. Story board
Come up with your own 3 scenarios which might happen to Smartie and talk about what he should do.
6. Have a penguin tea party
Have a Smartie the Penguin tea party with your teddies or family to teach them about how to stay safe online.
Check out Mrs D’s challenge below for PE this week. How many can you complete?