Improve your computer skills with these links to ICT resources. Suitable for ages 5-11 years, KS1, KS2 and elementary grades 1-6. Learn how to navigate, data handling, effective searching and internet safety with this selection of lesson plans, printable and interactive activities. Perfect for teachers to use in the classroom or parents wanting to help their child gain essential computer knowledge.
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Teddy Bear Labels Interactive
This simple labelling activity can be used to reinforce the idea of labels and as a framework for children to begin to add their own captions and labels to familiar scenes such as a teddy bear's picnic.
The Digital Universe Video
The three-minute animation tackles the parental concern of ‘Who are your kids talking to online?’, providing practical tips for parents to help their children stay safe. At the end of the animation, eight informative tip sheets give practical advice on how to deal with a variety of issues that youngsters might encounter online, including: Privacy on social networks, Online gaming, Blocking, Risks online, Online friends, Meeting strangers, Personal information, and Online reputation.
Adventures of Smartie the Penguin Book
Find out how to stay safe on the internet with Smartie the penguin. Book with accompanying questions.
Kingsmill Lunchspots Lesson Plan
Develop research skills by investigating local area websites and discovering what makes a good visitor guide. The lesson includes an overview, lesson plan, pupil activity sheet and PowerPoint presentation.
Sky Chase Interactive
Sky Chase is a 12-player race game for practicing keyboarding. Each student has a jet in the race. Correctly spelled answers power the jet through the race. Whichever jet reaches the finish line first wins! Up to 12 players can play at once.
The Smart Crew Video
The SMART Adventure illustrates Childnet's SMART rules and includes a real life SMART Crew of young people who guide the cartoon characters in their quest and help them make smart online decisions.