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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Insafe Digipack DVD
Order your free copy. The DVD contains, videos, handbooks, lesson plans and games as well as posters, comics and reading books which can be used in the classroom. The digipack is primarily aimed at teachers and offers the highest quality new resources for helping children and young people of all ages to develop the necessary skills and competencies to understand how to use the internet and online technologies safely.
Scary Spuds Interactive
Drag and drop fun with the Scary Spuds. Improve mouse skills and print out your own Scary Spud.
Can You Believe The Web? Text
The web is a great place to find information. But should you trust everything you see?
Computer Room Lesson Plan
Mike Fleetham has done a brilliant job in writing a scheme of work for introducing children to computers, also has pdf with the main vocabulary which the scheme aims to introduce.
A great site with areas for different age groups. Contains cartoons, jigsaws, text and teacher resources.
Covers all aspects of safety online.
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.