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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Understanding Charts Interactive
Charts are a great way to show a large amount of data. They can represent numbers, words, measurements or observations in a way that makes them easier to understand and analyse. It is important to make sure that the data on your chart is presented clearly and can be understood by anyone who looks at it. They shouldn't have to ask you to explain it.
Researching Using The Internet Text
Most kids automatically use the internet as their first (and often only) source of information. ‘There’s a lot of fantastic information out there, but there’s also a lot that’s unhelpful and even inappropriate,’ says Tricia. ‘If your child is going to use the internet for research, the first thing to do is make sure you have really good parental controls in place so they can’t access anything harmful." When they’re using the internet for research, there are six key skills that your child needs to develop.
The Importance of E-Safety' Text
A selection of resources to help you use the internet safely and positively as a professional, and information to help safeguard your workplace and the young people you work with.
Keyboard Game Interactive
Early typing skills builder, press the key shown in red on the screen. Choose the correct key and score a point, get it wrong and you lose a point.
String of beads Interactive
Drag and drop activity. Use the string of beads to copy colour sequence patterns. Two levels of difficulty.
Social Networking Detective Download
Explore social networking profiles to highlight safe and potentially unsafe online choices and behaviours, including privacy, content, and personal information.