There are a lot of websites with tips on how to make the perfect password out there and most of them have the same points. 1. Don’t tell anyone the password; 2. Make it long and a mix of capital and lower case letters, symbols and numbers; 3. Make different passwords for each log in.
So how would a child remember their password if it is non-sensical to them.
I think an approach for a primary setting to make up and remember a password would need to be fun and interactive for each child. Maybe they can choose their favourite finger on their hand (the number) and give it a name (like Bob) then try to match up the numbers with the letters in Bob (B-zero-b) and then the corresponding symbol on the keyboard for that number.
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