Internet Safety Animations: Jessie & Friends

by | Mar 17, 2019

Internet Safety Animations: Jessie & Friends

A new animations series has been created by thinkuknow. It’s a three part animation series for 4 – 7 year olds.

It can be tricky to start a conversation about internet safety with children, and this new resource is a fantastic way for parents and carers to approach internet safety topics with their children.

These internet safety cover the topics of:

  • Playing Games: How to think carefully when using the chat function in an online game.

  • Sharing Images: Being careful before we share an image online.

  • Watching Videos: Speaking up to an adult that we trust if we see something that makes us feel upset or worried.

Jessie & Friends is engaging, entertaining and addresses these internet safety topics in a way that is suitable for 4 -7 year olds. We believe it will help educate young people to be more digitally resilient.

Here’s what parents and carers have said about Jessie & Friends:

Check out all three episodes of Jessie & Friends below:

Episode 1: Watching Videos

Episode 2: Sharing Pictures

Episode 3: Playing Games

OpenView Education provides interactive internet safety workshops for schools, our workshops are well differentiated for EYFS-KS2. We also provide internet safety parent and carer sessions, helping parents and carers to get the best and most up to date information to keep their children safe online.

Find out more about how we can work with your school here.

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