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KS2 Internet Safety and Harms - Age Restrictions and Social Media

This is an active game intended to check pupils’ knowledge and understanding related to the age restrictions of various social media services, while getting their hearts pumping. During the game, players listen to a statement then they decide if it is true or false - completing an active movement to demonstrate their decision. Answers are reviewed immediately so that misconceptions are addressed instantly.

Within the PDF you will be provided with statement cards and challenge statement cards, detailed instructions and most importantly - the answers!

This is a resource that can be used with a whole class, small group or individuals. It will act as a reminder of what the age restrictions for various social media services are and why they exist.

This is an Active Practice that sits within a broader lesson and unit related to internet safety and harms. Active Chief is a structured health education programme that aims to teach every child to stay safe and keep healthy, while maximising their activity level. Our programme will satisfy the requirement for compulsory health education in state schools from September 2020. If you have enjoyed our materials or would like further information please contact us on Twitter @ActiveChief.

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Created: Apr 21, 2019

Updated: Apr 22, 2019


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