Brainpop.com has numerous digital citizenship videos, games, and activities for those elementary campuses with BrainPop accounts. There is also a lesson on Digital Etiquette that is FREE to those without accounts.
Discovery Education offers age appropriate digital safety videos, as well as teacher contributed activities for digital safety education.
Google provides tips for securing your passwords, signing in and out, managing multiple accounts, checking your settings, locking your screen or device, and more!
Interesting links that tell you what kind of information Google collects about you, how it is shared, and how you can find out or opt out.
Hector’s World® is a unique cybersafety initiative for teachers and parents to help young people learn about safe online practices and digital citizenship. The core content of Hector's World is the 7 animated episodes featuring Hector the dolphin and his friends. Each episode has support material for teachers and parents.
Videos about Faux Paw's adventures on the internet. Faux Paw is an adventurous six-toed, Web-surfing cat that loves having fun with her friends. Sometimes, she runs into trouble while being on her computer and while playing video games. Certainly, she’s learned one thing over the years: the internet is like a big city, with a lots of possibilities!
Infinite Learning Lab provides a free Professor Garfield video and lesson on Cyberbullying.
For campuses with Learning.com accounts, you can find internet safety and digital literacy lessons appropriate geared to specified grade levels.
Example lesson on teaching digital citizenship using an online "superhero" creator. Link to website: http://marvel.com/games/play/31/create_your_own_superhero.