I was so happy when my friend and fellow teacher librarian Cheryl Bonsall shared this on Twitter.
She was sharing my new book Staying Safe Online with her kindergarteners in New Jersey.
Let me share a little more about this story and song.
Staying Safe Online teaches our youngest learners all about the online world and what they need to know to stay safe online and be productive, engaging digital citizens.
Not only will they learn along with the adorable animal characters created by illustrator Kathryn Durst, they will sing along with Emily Arrow, who wrote and sang the music for Staying Safe Online and the other three books in this series,
Click above to listen to Staying Safe Online...
...or listen here too.
I just love how Emily took this story and made it into such a sweet and catchy tune for all of our young learners to sing as they learn how to stay safe online and practice their digital citizen skills.
I know you will love it too!
As you are singing along with your students, you will find the music....
...and lyrics in the back of the book and on the Cantata Learning site.
You can also scan the QR codes, which is on the back of the book and inside the book, can be scanned to go to the music....
...on the Cantata Learning site too.
The music can be streamed, download and there is even an instrumental version of Staying Safe Online too.
You will find Staying Safe Online here.
Staying Safe Online is perfect to use when teaching your students simple digital citizenship skills and as you kick off another year.
Here is a lesson plan for this book and the entire Library Skills series.
I hope you love reading and singing it just as much as I do.
You will find it on the Capstone site here. It is available as an eBook in Capstone Interactive too.
I know you will love this one and all of the Library Skills series, just like Cheryl's students do too!