For primary students, I think an excellent place to begin searching for resources is the website NetSmartz. There are tools for educators and parents, as well as a great site for kids, as well. Click the images below to explore these sites.
As I have been out visiting classrooms, I have seen lots of great superhero themes. I saw this FREE digital citizenship poster on Teachers Pay Teachers, and thought it would be a fun way to kick off this conversation with students. Click the image to view and download on TpT.
After discussing good digital practices with my kindergartners, we worked together to interactively write Rules for Our Learning Community. You could also use a tool such as Popplet or Padlet to collaboratively create this list. For an example of this, visit ZigZagging Through Ed & Tech blog. I then distributed an Acceptable Use Policy and had each student sign it, as well as each parent sign it during Open House. The AUP I used can be downloaded for free by clicking the image below. It is from the blog Soaring Through Second.
Nearpod has some great digital citizenship lessons available through Common Sense Education. BPS teachers may want to check with their Library Media Specialists to see if they have these lessons available on Nearpod. Your school's Library Media Specialist is a wonderful resource for teaching digital citizenship. Be sure to partner with him or her to share ideas.
Another favorite resource of mine is this fun video from Disney, featuring The Lion King characters talking about digital citizenship. There are so many fun and engaging videos to use with your students- search and find a favorite!
You can also find me on Pinterest, where I am pinning awesome Digital Citizenship ideas that I find! Happy teaching and happy tech-ing!