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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Super Ski Jump Interactive
Find out about control systems with Penny as she loops the loop. This program has 5 levels. In Game 1, just press the space bar to make Penny go round. Games 2, 3 & 4 give you buttons to click. Game 5 gives an introduction to programming!
Databases Lesson Plan
The first page has four record cards which should be photocopied onto card and cut up. There need to be sufficient sets for the children to work in pairs. The second sheet is the worksheet which goes alongside the cards. Pdf format.
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.
Can You Believe The Web? Text
The web is a great place to find information. But should you trust everything you see?
Research Tools Lesson Plan
Possibly the biggest obstacle facing researchers on the Internet is how to effectively and efficiently access the vast amount of information available with the simple click of the mouse. With the Internet's potential as a research tool, teachers must instruct and guide their students on manageable strategies for sorting through the abundance of information.
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.