Today it's Safer Internet Day
What does this mean to you?
Following our online lesson today, what advice would you have for Chicken Clicking?
Use speech bubbles to write what you would say to Chicken Clicking. You can print out some speech bubble templates below or draw your own speech bubbles.
At 2.00pm I would like to hear the advice you have for Chicken Clicking. What warnings would you give her?
Try to give advice for all the danger points in the story.
Don't forget today at 11.00am you can join in with our whole school assembly and today you will get a chance to see Mrs Bamford. Don't forget to mute your microphones and turn your camera off. You can access the assembly in the same way you did yesterday (see Monday's class page for details).
Today as part of our back to basics week we are going to recap addition and subtraction of multiples of 10 from a two digit number. Follow the link below to the online lesson and complete the lesson which contains a quiz, video lesson, independent task and final quiz. The independent tasks can be downloaded or seen on screen below.
Think about the advice you gave Chicken Clicking how could you make this advice clear to everyone?
Today to celebrate Safer Internet Day and to remind people of how to stay safe online, I would like you to design a 'Safer Internet' poster. You could use the idea of speech bubbles, a storyboard idea of ways to keep safe or a large message and picture design.
There are some ideas of posters below.