2019

What's Your Story - 2019 Entry


Aiden’s Advice Website

By:   Aiden Clark

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Age Group:   8 - 12
Location:   Australia
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Hi, I’m 8 and I made this poster because some kids have a lot of screen time and sometimes they get bullied on the internet. I wanted to help them learn to avoid bullying on the internet, be safe and be nice to others also.

My picture is a computer because kids would recognise the computer and all the office supplies and the pot plant in front of the computer. I had lots of fun making my poster.

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10 comments:

  1. Sam48 (2 weeks ago)

    Well done Aiden, those are great points to always remember !! love Grandma xxxx

  2. HeatherL (2 weeks ago)

    Big vote for Aiden good luck

  3. CamC73 (2 weeks ago)

    Great work Aiden!! So proud of your extra effort on this project.

  4. RichM (2 weeks ago)

    Hi Aiden,
    That’s a really nice drawing, I like your accurate qwerty keyboard, and colouring in of the potplants.
    I especially like your second message, “be kind to other people”.
    It’s the most basic & universal lesson, one which many people forget:
    If we are kind to the world, the world will be kind to us.
    -RichardM

  5. NiceAiden (2 weeks ago)

    Wow, what a great simple clear idea and message to all children. Lovely drawings too!!! Good luck

  6. Aiden (2 weeks ago)

    We’ll Done Aiden, good luck!!

  7. SuziM (2 weeks ago)

    A very important message to share with your peers and other kids. Well done Aiden 🙂

  8. clairemurat (2 weeks ago)

    The artwork is fantastic and the message is very important, well done Aiden!

  9. GreatAdviceAiden (2 weeks ago)

    What a colourful, fun and unique poster, a clear message for kids and great little details (love the Google Home and the post-it note stuck to the wall!). Super proud of you Aiden for spreading awareness of digital safety and I hope you are proud of your efforts 🙂

  10. Babcia (2 weeks ago)

    I thought it was a poingnant message for kids and adults. Beautiful artwork