Free Classroom Posters

Display these colorful and informative posters to support digital citizenship in your classroom and school. Download below to print, share with students, or add posters to your class website.

Posters for Primary Grades

Inspire elementary school students (age 5 to 11) with powerful messages and colorful characters to build a classroom culture around digital citizenship. 

Show students key digital citizenship reminders with a character they can relate to, similar to the Scouts!

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Set expectations and manage student behavior around device use. Fill in and define what red, yellow, and green mean for your own classroom.

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Share these five basic rules to remind students to protect and care for their devices.

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Help students build media literacy skills by learning key questions they should ask about the news and media messages they see.

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Introduce students to our six characters -- each representing a digital citizenship topic -- and invite them to color and draw their feelings about each one.

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Meet the Digital Citizens! Arms, Legs, Head, Heart, Guts, and Feet: Each character represents one of our six digital citizenship topics. Each poster in this series features a Digital Citizen character (six posters total).

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Sing along with the Digital Citizens in our Media Balance Is Important song about how to balance media and device use with other important parts of life! This poster appears in the Media Balance Is Important lesson (kindergarten).

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Set expectations in your classroom with a pledge. Students can collaborate on ways to be great digital citizens. This poster appears in the Our Digital Citizenship Pledge lesson (grade 3).

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Sing along with the Digital Citizens in our most popular song, Pause & Think Online, about how to slow down and think about how our behavior online affects ourselves and others. This poster appears in the Pause & Think Online lesson (grade 1). 

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Sing along with the Digital Citizens in We, the Digital Citizens about all the different ways we can participate responsibly and respectfully online. This poster appears in the We, the Digital Citizens lesson (grade 2).

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Posters for Secondary Grades

Display visuals encouraging responsible decision-making and digital well-being for your middle and high school students (age 12 to 18).

Guide students to identify some of those red flags for misinformation and disinformation in news and media content.

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Challenge students to take news literacy to the next level with these rules for identifying "legit" content.

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Inspired by our digital citizenship music video co-produced with Flocabulary, Oversharing: Think Before You Post, these 10 tips remind kids to be thoughtful about their digital footprints now and in the future.

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Use this decision tree to encourage students to ask questions about whether to share that next photo, video, or comment online.

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Set expectations in your classroom with a pledge. Students can collaborate and add their own thoughts to the pledge by filling in the blank lines together.

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Posters for Teachers

Check out these tips and best practices about privacy and teaching with technology for teachers. 

Share these do's and don'ts to help teachers protect students' privacy. This is one of our most popular posters -- great for the teacher's lounge!

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