This is an ALL YEAR BUNDLE for Unplugged Coding for 9 months of the school year for Kindergarten through Third Grade!
Try a FREE SAMPLE for December (Gingerbread Coding at the following link):
★FREE GINGERBREAD CODING
***NOW INCLUDES EDITABLE CODING TEMPLATES FOR YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS TO CREATE Y
QR Codes are wonderful and kids LOVE them!!! They are a very innovative and fun way for students to learn many skills.
What are they? QR stands for “quick response”. They are like barcodes. They can be scanned with an iPod, iPad, a smart phone, or tablet. All you have to do is search in your
Hop Scotch Coding provides a simple, interactive introduction to unplugged, block-style coding that is perfect for Kindergarten through third graders as they learn the basics of programming. After completing activities such as these, they can apply similar block coding strategies to coding websites
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This is the BUNDLE edition of my original products, Making Inferences with Short Animated Films Parts 1 and 2. I have combined these two products into one package!
This is the perfect activity to use as you are introducing the trick
Representing data on a map is an important form of communicating information to the reader. Information graphics need to provide the right information in the clearest format possible. Google Maps provides an easy facility to display data for any reader, and anybody can use this facility to upload t
Same Great Lessons, New cover page!!!
As a first year computer teacher, I struggled to find good lessons that fit my students’ needs. Until this year, my school did not have a computer teacher. These students needed to start with the basics. These lessons were created specifically to teach my 6th-8
The following 15 iPad organizers are designed to accompany my STEM Bins® , found at the following link:
These digital organizers can easily be airdropped to student iPads and used in within the FREE Pic Collage Kids app. Students can add photos of their STEM Bin creations, labels, sent
Energy Webquest Scavenger Hunt Activity Informational Text Common Core
This one page energy webquest allows students to use their internet search and interpretation skills to learn more about energy. This forms of energy webquest can also be used as a mini-research activity as part of an energy un
Wacky Animal Adaptations Webquest Reading Research Activity Common Core
Do you know which deer has fangs? Have you ever heard of an insect that shoots out a boiling liquid? Your students will have fun learning about wacky animal adaptations that they've probably never seen in this webquest. This
STEM goes digital with these fun and engaging design challenges. 10 websites and 90 challenges perfect for grades 3 and up. If you are in a paperless classroom or 1:1 with laptops or Chromebooks then these are ideal for you, but can also be used during computer lab time or with the laptop cart.
Do you use PC computers in your classroom or computer lab? This unit will help you teach the keyboard shortcuts most commonly used in word processing and web browsing.
Included in this pack are:
13 Large Posters
Print in color and laminate for durability. Can either hang as a full sheet or cut aro
This zipped file includes the following:
Google Earth Worksheets
More than 50 pages of Blackline Masters for upper primary/lower secondary students.
All worksheet activities are completed with the fabulous Google Earth application which is free
A crash course in how to use Google Slides. 9 Google Slides features and functions presented in an "All About Me EBook" perfect for upper elementary and middle school students.
Who is this resource for?
If you're a classroom teacher just starting your journey with having 1:1 devices (or something si
My students love listening to content rich, engaging read alouds close to the Christmas season. These 35 printable QR codes are the perfect way to incorporate these read alouds into your classroom library.
All QR codes are linked to a SafeShare video. Students will simply scan the code with a scan
iPad wallpaper rules and numbered iPad background images for student iPads - with editable rules
★ Hold students accountable for iPad® mobile digital device rules every time they swipe or press to unlock with rules printed on the front. Includes detailed teacher directions for creating, uploadin
Do your students struggle to type when using iPads in your classroom?
These colourful iPad templates are designed for a small group activity to allow students to practice finding the correct letters on the iPad keyboard. Also a perfect way to learn sight words!
– 14 iPad templates in 7
Have you been wanting to try Genius Hour in your classroom? Do you know everything about it but don't know how to organize your lessons or the unit? Here is a handy resource pack that is a step-by-step guide to make Genius Hour run a little bit more smoothly in your classroom. There are lots of good
You are a computer teacher and you've just been told the computer lab will be unavailable for a week for online testing. Nevertheless, you are still expected to teach computers in the cafeteria. What do you do? Buy these five puzzles in *.pdf format and you're all set! Included are two crossword pu
If you have an Amazon Alexa or Echo Dot in your classroom, these cards will help students know which questions they can ask Alexa/Echo. There are over 70 questions sorted by subject and can easily be printed and put onto a ring. It also includes directions on how to edit them as well as a class set
Introduction and resource guide to STEM activities for K - 12th grades! This resource guide is perfect for STEM nights, classroom resources, and parent handouts. Includes recommendations for websites, apps, and toys or gadgets divided by grade.
**Included in this product:
- Introduction to STEM:
Interested in Unplugged Coding for the Entire Year?! Click Below!
★Unplugged Coding ALL YEAR GROWING BUNDLE
This simple holiday introduction to block-style coding is perfect for Kindergarten through third graders as they learn the basics of "unplugged" programming without computers. After completi
Ice Cream Treats Webquest Internet Scavenger Hunt Common Core
This one page webquest allows students to use their internet search and interpretation skills to learn more about ice cream and Popsicles. There are 10 questions in all. Students will visit at least three different websites to find info
If your library uses Follett’s Destiny Library Catalog, this bundle will help you guide your students in exploring some of what Destiny and Destiny Quest have to offer! Guide your K-5 students in practicing their skills accessing books and other materials in your library system. Help your students
Your students are going to love learning about the parts of a computer while building their own on paper! These little laptops turn out so adorable you can't resist smiling when you see the finished products.
In addition to the lift-the-flaps laptop, there is a matching page with definitions of th
Ellis Island Interactive Tour
This sheet guides students through an interactive tour of Ellis Island. It helps students visualize and learn about the experience of immigrants as they passed through the various stations. The webquest is easy to grade and very engaging!
This interactive tour correl
Are you looking for a systematic approach to help your elementary aged students learn to use the Destiny Library Catalog? This unit contains lesson ideas and activities to teach library catalog search and location skills with your Kindergarten – 5th grade students.
*I created this for use with Fol
iPad STEM project uses stop-motion video for students to recreate the Moon Phases.
This iPad® mobile digital device STEM Challenge project is a fun and creative way for students to demonstrate their learning or as an introduction to the lunar cycle. Students will use the enclosed direction sheets
How To Search the Internet Interactive PowerPoint Lesson + Worksheet
In this 5 slide interactive PowerPoint lesson, students are taught the format below to find information on Google or other websites more efficiently:
Find the important words.
Key in your search terms.
Scan the results.
Are your students really struggling with how to get through a lesson in Google Classroom? This interactive lesson was designed for upper elementary students as a concrete way to learn the steps and procedures for completing their Google Classroom work.
Who is this for?
Beginner Google Classroom use
iPad Clip Art: Promote digital citizenship and internet safety with this eye-catching set of technology clipart. Create computer lab posters with the lab rules listed on each device. Design Go Interactive notebook lessons for your 1:1 classroom environments. Make math and ELA center activities that
In this Microsoft Word activity, students become more familiar with the keys they should know in grades K-2 by dragging characters to their correct position on the keyboard. It is recommended that students in this age group identify and use the following keys:
* each letter from A-Z
* the number ro
Fire Safety Digital Activities and STEM Challenge
As we prepare our youngest students for the future, we believe in the promotion of digital literacy as well as the importance of "unplugging" for hands-on collaboration.
Created by Brooke Brown and Brittany Washburn, STEM and My World brings earl
Computer Skills Interactive Task Cards for Beginners is a PPT Show slide with 8 interactive websites linked onto it. The websites are for beginner tech users (primary grades) and will help them practice mouse skills and navigating websites.
For use at the computer station.
Are you looking for a way
iPad End of Year game with Pic Collage– Selfie Digital Scoot on the iPad!
Play scoot with an iPad® mobile digital device twist! Students take a selfie then upload it into Pic Collage™. As students “scoot” around the room from iPad to iPad, they will use the text button on PicCollage™ to leave
Tech the Halls Set of 35 Webquests + PowerPoint Lesson - Huge Bundle
This "Tech the Halls" technology bundle includes an introductory interactive PowerPoint lesson entitled "How to Search the Web Successfully." plus 35 high interest webquests. There is an accompanying worksheet for students to comp
Interested in Unplugged Coding for the Entire Year?! Click Below!
★Unplugged Coding ALL YEAR GROWING BUNDLE
***USE WITH OR WITHOUT LUCKY CHARMS CEREAL!***
This simple St. Patrick's Day themed introduction to block-style coding is perfect for Kindergarten through third graders as they learn the bas
Perspective Taking Social Media
Safebook targets judgment, reasoning, safety, cause-effect relationships, perspective taking, and social skills while connecting to real world experiences as found on popular social media sites.
Appropriate for all ages using social media and critical for students wi
States of Matter STEM project on the iPad using a free stop-motion video app.
This iPad® mobile digital device STEM Challenge project is a fun and creative way for students to demonstrate their learning or as an introduction to the 3 states of matter (solids, liquids, and gases) and how the molecu
Coding Pixel art lessons and activities. This resource brings art and math into computer science because each activity results in creating pixel art and patterns. Students will learn three different ways to program or code throughout the activities. Perfect for problem solving or STEM time in the cl
This activity is a great way to wrap up your unit of study on the California Gold Rush. This project can be used for classwork, homework, a culmination assessment to your social studies unit, group assignment, or just for a fun social studies activity! This is meant to be a print and go activity, wi
These Coding Activities are perfect for your grades 2-5 students. These are fully digital and can be used through Google Slides or PowerPoint. Let your students learn about computer languages in a fun and engaging way. These activities are independent click and go lessons on binary, coding, and prob
**FEATURED IN THE TPT WINTER HOLIDAYS EBOOK**
Enjoy this freebie during the holidays. Students can visit websites to learn about Christmas traditions of other countries. I've also included online holiday games and activities.
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Walk students through discovering their own digital footprint that they have created. Students will search for and analyze how much information about themselves on the world wide web. PowerPoint also includes safety tips, a safety video and online exercises.
This Digital Citizenship and Online Safety (cyber safety) unit is filled with engaging activities to keep our children safe online. Internet safety or cyber safety is an important unit to be taught in all schools; including the classrooms and computer labs. In this unit I've included activities for
Your students will enjoy being "web detectives" with these web scavenger hunt activities on life in ancient civilizations. In each activity, students will use the provided website to look up the answers to twenty questions on an ancient civilization.
Space is provided under each question for stude
Chocolate Webquest Internet Scavenger Hunt Common Core Reading Lesson
Why does chocolate melt in your mouth? Do you know how M&Ms got their name? Why are those foil-wrapped chocolate Hershey candies called kisses?
Your students will have fun learning about chocolate as they reinforce their
For use with Ozobots. Students work out which ozocode to place at which space, colour in the correct code. Place Ozobot at the start and see if it arrives at the finish.
* 24 activity sheets
* 24 solution sheets
Using technology and problem solving skills, students decipher codes to help save Max from cyberspace. This is a great activity to introduce students to the escape the classroom challenges, and it is fully digital! I'm calling it a digital breakout because students enter the final codes into a locke
Keyboard basics for the beginner keyboarder. In 12 activity slides, students will learn where the letters and numbers are on the keyboard and which fingers to use for which letters on the keyboard. All color coded to help memorization and visualization. The best part is that these activities are pap
Mystery Skype is a 45-60 minute critical thinking challenge that your class partakes in with another class somewhere in the world. The goal is for your students to guess the other classes location before they guess yours using only yes or no questions. You can use Skype, FaceTime or Google Hangout a
Keyboard: Keys to Technology - 20 pages. We all know the importance of introducing technology and developing keyboarding skills at an early age. Help your K-2 students learn the keyboard layout, and practice correct finger usage with these interactive and fun pages.
Activities to help your student