Complete our CyberDay challenges as a classroom or family team. Challenge other classes, schools, family members and neighbours to a battle of cybersafety wits.
CyberSprint Scavenger Hunt
Watch the CyberSprints videos and find the answer to each question.
1. What are 3 of the top things students should know about cybersafety?
2. What are 2 things students can do to improve their safety while online gaming?
3. What are some common online scams that target young people?
Decorate your Door Challenge
Decorate your classroom or bedroom door with a cybersafety theme.
Include security and privacy tips for others to read as they pass by.
Make it visually appealing and informative.
Bonus: Challenge your siblings or other classrooms to a contest and have your principal or someone else judge the entries.
Social Media Campaign Race
Develop an educational cybersecurity post (or series of posts) designed for a social media channel.
Speak with your principal or parents to ask permission to post on your school site/account or on a personal account.
Other options: include it in a school or class newsletter or post in a busy school hallway.
Challenge your classmates, siblings or friends to a cybersafety Kahoot battle.
Play one of our prepared Kahoots or even make your own.
Write a Letter Contest
Write a letter to your Principal, The Chief Information Officer of your school board or to the Privacy Commissioner of your province or territory.
Outline any suggestions you have for improving the security and privacy for students in general, in your school board, or at your school specifically.
Teach Another Quest
Work with your teacher/parents to organize time with a younger sibling /student or an older neighbour/family friend (senior) to teach them about cybersafety.
Possible topics: The Grandparent Scam, online gaming safety, password management, securing their device, etc.