A near-final draft of the curriculum shows that it comes in different flavors for every grade from kindergarten through sixth, to keep pace with your developing child's ability to understand that copying is theft, period.
Downloading Is Mean! Content Industry Drafts Anti-Piracy Curriculum for Elementary Schools | Threat Level | Wired.co
Did you know that, for grade-schoolers at least, cribbing from a classmate on a test or cheating on a homework assignment isn't as bad as copying copyrighted works from the internet? That's one of the messages of a new grade-school curriculum that rights holders -- including the Motion Picture Association of America, the Recording Industry Association of America and the nation's top ISPs -- are considering as a pilot project to be tested in California elementary schools, according to the curriculum. There's no mention of fair use, either.