I wanted to share the process and tools I used with you.
To start with I felt children needed a real hook when teaching creative commons, so I created a file in PowerPoint, copied a 'non-copyright' photo and turned it into a 'reveal photo' by drawing four rectangles that covered the photo and then used the animation menu and set an exit animation on each rectangle so when the PowerPoint presentation was played, one rectangle was removed at a time, revealing bits of the photo underneath.
Children had to guess what the photo was going to be after each 'reveal'. This had the children hooked and they knew this was going to be their task.
Then we started looking at creative commons, because they couldn't just go grab any old photo like they were used to doing.
These are links to a couple of great clips I showed the children.
Please share any successes you have had teaching about copyright images by adding a comment below.