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Tech 4 Innovation Student Contest

Financial Literacy Lessons and Math Activities for Grade 3

Meet A Real-Life Security Expert!

11-year-old student journalist Aponi chats with cybersecurity pro Anne Marie about a typical day in her job,
kids and coding, and more!

Classroom Resources

Classroom Poster Learn 5 key ways to keep yourself safe online.

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Lesson Plan Identify and find solutions to
security + privacy risks.

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Activity Sheet Discover ways to make safer choices online.

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Lesson Plan Dig into the science behind cryptology and fraud detection.

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Activity Sheets Students decode encrypted messages and analyze data.

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Mini Classroom Poster Reveal the qualities needed for success in STEM careers.

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Student Contest Winners!

We were blown away by all of the creativity and ingenuity that students demonstrated in their entries! Thank you to all who entered, and we applaud all students’ efforts!

Grand Prize Winner

Abigail, Grade 4, OH


A free app to block cookies from websites and apps so a child’s online activity won’t be tracked

Grand Prize Winner

Maximus, Grade 6, CA


A password protection program to detect weak passwords and create strong ones

Special Innovator Award

Anzu, Grade 5, CO


A system that prevents students from sharing personal info and scans websites to ensure they are safe for child use

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Teachers! Chance to Win Free Books!

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For additional terms and conditions, please visit scholastic.com/snpsurveyrules. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Void where prohibited. Fully completed surveys must be completed by 11/8/19 in order to be eligible to receive five (5) free books (Average Suggested Retail Price: $5 to $15 each). Twenty-five (25) winners will be selected at random from among all eligible surveys received. Promotion is open only to survey recipients age 18 or older who teach grades 3–7 and who are legal residents of the United States (one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia).