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What does it mean to be a digital citizen?
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Video

Preschool–grade 8

What Does It Mean to Be a Digital Citizen?

Reflect on your digital life as you watch this video. Think about how you will act, create, learn, and lead. How will you be a digital citizen today?

Practice making smart choices online and in life with these free games and activities.

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tricky pictures get the facts

Activity

grades 3–5

Tricky Pictures: Get the Facts

Some people change the pictures they post online. How can you tell what's real? Slow down and use your critical-thinking skills to get the facts.

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block cyberbullying

Activity

grades 3–5

Block and Report Bullying Online

Sometimes people say and do things online that can hurt others. Learn how to block and report people who bully others online.

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digital life

Video

grades 4–6

Digital Life 101

Use this video to reflect on the media you consume, create, and share. Consider drawing out a map similar to the one in the video.

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Upstander E-volve illustration

Interactive

grades 3–5

Digital Passport™

This award-winning suite of engaging games addresses key issues facing kids in today's digital world.

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Google Interland illustration

Interactive

grades 2–6

Interland: Be Internet Awesome

Explore four islands in this game by Google that covers key digital citizenship topics like protecting privacy, sharing safely, and being kind online.

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super digital citizen

Video

grades 3–5

Super Digital Citizen

Discover the Digital Citizens -- superheroes that solve digital dilemmas in responsible ways.

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keeping games fun and friendly

Video

grades 3–5

Keeping Games Fun and Friendly

Find out how to stay positive and have fun while playing online games, and help others do the same.

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power of words

Video

grades 2–4

The Power of Words

See how even silly words exchanged online have real power, and learn what to do when faced with cyberbullying.

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safe and smart online adventures

Website/App

grades 2–4

Safe and Smart Online Adventures

Go on an animated adventure with some fun characters and real kids -- the SMART crew -- to learn some online safety basics.

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media balance check up

Activity

grades 3–5

Media Balance Check-Up

It's important to stay aware of how our on-screen and offscreen activities fit into our lives. Do a media balance checkup on your family.

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internet safety

Video

grades 3–5

Internet Safety and Smarts

Enjoy this fun animated series that showcases kid characters in a fantasy world as they navigate common internet issues.

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how to be kind online

Activity

grades 3–5

How to Be Kind Online

What are the differences between in-person and online communication? Talk with other family members about why these differences matter.

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tricky pictures get the facts

Activity

grades 3–5

Tricky Pictures: Get the Facts

Some people change the pictures they post online. How can you tell what's real? Slow down and use your critical-thinking skills to get the facts.

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block cyberbullying

Activity

grades 3–5

Block and Report Bullying Online

Sometimes people say and do things online that can hurt others. Learn how to block and report people who bully others online.

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media balance check up

Activity

grades 3–5

Media Balance Check-Up

It's important to stay aware of how our on-screen and offscreen activities fit into our lives. Do a media balance checkup on your family.

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how to be kind online

Activity

grades 3–5

How to Be Kind Online

What are the differences between in-person and online communication? Talk with other family members about why these differences matter.

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digital footprints

Activity

grades 3–5

Thinking About Our Digital Footprints

Follow the footprints to see what you can learn about each person.

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making strong passwords

Activity

grades 3–5

Making Strong Passwords

Decide which passwords are strongest. Get one or more family members together to help.

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abstract art

Activity

grades K–3

What Does the Internet Look Like?

Imagine and draw what you think the internet looks like. Then discuss which qualities your dream internet would have.

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Upstander E-volve illustration

Interactive

grades 3–5

Digital Passport™

This award-winning suite of engaging games addresses key issues facing kids in today's digital world.

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Google Interland illustration

Interactive

grades 2–6

Interland: Be Internet Awesome

Explore four islands in this game by Google that covers key digital citizenship topics like protecting privacy, sharing safely, and being kind online.

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digital life

Video

grades 4–6

Digital Life 101

Use this video to reflect on the media you consume, create, and share. Consider drawing out a map similar to the one in the video.

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super digital citizen

Video

grades 3–5

Super Digital Citizen

Discover the Digital Citizens -- superheroes that solve digital dilemmas in responsible ways.

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keeping games fun and friendly

Video

grades 3–5

Keeping Games Fun and Friendly

Find out how to stay positive and have fun while playing online games, and help others do the same.

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power of words

Video

grades 2–4

The Power of Words

See how even silly words exchanged online have real power, and learn what to do when faced with cyberbullying.

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internet safety

Video

grades 3–5

Internet Safety and Smarts

Enjoy this fun animated series that showcases kid characters in a fantasy world as they navigate common internet issues.

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comparing bullying and cyber bullying

Video

grades 4–6

What's Cyberbullying?

What counts as cyberbullying? Learn what it is, and what it isn't, and give kids important tools they'll need to combat the problem.

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socializing responsibly

Video

grades 5–7

Who You're Talking to Online

One of the great things about online games and social media is connecting with others, but it's important to do so safely and responsibly.

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presenting yourself

Video

grades 5–7

Presenting Yourself Online

Being yourself on social media is complicated. Explore the benefits and drawbacks of experimenting with your identity, and how you present yourself, in digital spaces.

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online news

Video

grades 4–6

Reading News Online

What are the different parts of a news article or website? Learn how to identify them and make sure you're consuming more trustworthy info.

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balancing life and technology

Video

grades 4–6

My Media Balance

How are some media choices more or less healthy than others? What does media balance look like for you? Learn more in this video.

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private and personal info

Video

grades 3–5

Private & Personal Information

What type of information about you is OK to share online? What type of information isn't? Learn about the differences in this video.

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teen dealing with online drama

Video

grades 5–7

Teen Voices: Dealing with Digital Drama

Does being behind a screen make people say or do things they don't really mean? Hear real teens give their honest thoughts on this topic.

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safe and smart online adventures

Website/App

grades 2–4

Safe and Smart Online Adventures

Go on an animated adventure with some fun characters and real kids -- the SMART crew -- to learn some online safety basics.

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Digital Citizenship illustration

Website/App

grades K–12

Digital Citizenship Curriculum

Help students take ownership of their digital lives with lessons that address the digital dilemmas they face today, and give them the skills they need to succeed as digital learners.

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Family looking at tablet

Website/App

grades K–12

Digital Citizenship Resources

Prepare kids to think critically and use technology in positive, creative, and powerful ways (available in multiple languages).