Monthly Archives: November 2011

One click away.

We use hyperlinks in our class blogs. My colleague, Tasha links to my blog and I link to hers. There is no need to double up on work and it helps parents see our close working relationship. We also do … Continue reading

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Your cake looks like poo poo!

When one of the children saw a picture of some cooking on buddies blog  he remarked it looked “like poo, poo”… fair enough it did! This was a great talking point, the conclusion being, Would you want someone to say … Continue reading

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Teaching Copyright in Kindergarten. It’s easier than AB©

The children have just published their first book. So we added a copyright sign… and the discussion began… I started off by taking a head band from Hwaji and putting it on my head and telling everyone how much I … Continue reading

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Teaching 5 and 6 year olds about passwords and online safety.

Last year I put our passwords on the wall. I started to think this sent the wrong message to children about protecting passwords. This year I asked the children if they would like a small card with the password on. … Continue reading

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Why we teach 5 and 6 year olds about digital citizenship.

Some children have a digital footprint before birth,  pictures of  scans pops up on social networking sites, photographs and video clips follow. Children should be aware of their online presence. Most importantly they should be creating  a positive online presence. … Continue reading

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