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Computer Kids: Being Healthy Online

Clive Gifford

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For National Curriculum Key Stage 1, Interest age: from c 5 years, Educational: IT & computing, ICT

A fun first series explaining to young readers how they can be healthy online

Just like in real life, it's important to be healthy online. Find out how to take care of your body and mind while you're online, from taking micro-breaks and stretching to dealing with cyberbullies.

These positive, friendly guides aim to explain to young readers the learning potential and fun of digital
devices, websites and (age-appropriate) media and games, but also how to stay well and protect
themselves and their projects when they're online. Simple, fun on- and off-line activities on every spread
reinforce readers' understanding and allow them to explore the digital world safely, while the character
'Max Computer' offers practical advice and hands-on tips.

Staying healthy and happy
Get comfortable
Input and output
Keeping your device healthy
Take a break!
Stretch for success
Your digital footprint
Spreading the word
Careful sharing
Trolls, griefers and cyberbullies
Screen time
IRL (In Real Life)
Max Computer recommends
Griz's quiz
Find out more!

Books in the series:
Being Healthy Online
Coding Online
Going Online
Having Fun Online
Learning Online
Staying Safe Online

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