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  • Typing Practice Printable Keyboard Pages

    $3.50

    With typing practice printable keyboard pages, you can help your students learn where the keys are on the keyboard and begin developing typing habits. Uppercase (windows and Mac) and Lowercase (Chromebook) keyboards provided. Windows and Mac version have a number pad included.

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    Text Formatting Activities for the 12 Months

    $12.00

    Learning keyboarding can be super boring and tedious for students. This set of formatting activities aims to bring engagement and a sense of purpose to the practice of typing. By the time students finish all 12 months they will have practiced each of the keyboard rows four times. Students will also (hopefully) have a sense of pride over the final outcome and an understanding of the learning objective.

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    Technology Vocabulary Term Word Searches

    $5.00

    Students can keep their technology vocabulary terms in mind by completing word searches. This packet would be perfect as bell ringers, sub plans, and for early finishers. Have days without access to devices? These are still Tech lessons but on paper!

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    *Now includes 25 DIGITAL Word Searches that work on any device and in any browser! Perfect for distance learning.

  • Keyboard Puzzles

    $5.00

    Engage your upper elementary and middle school students with Cut and Paste Keyboard Puzzles! It is deceptively tricky for students to cut the puzzle pieces and then find their places to create a completed keyboard.

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    Digital Citizenship Discussion Prompts

    $4.50

    42 task card style discussion prompts to use with upper elementary or middle school students.

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    Google Slides and PowerPoint Presentation Projects: 12 Months

    $6.00

    12 projects with monthly themed topics for students to practice creating presentations in either Google Slides or PowerPoint. There are 2 levels included for differentiation. The facts are the same, but the requirements for the presentation change between the levels.

  • Make an Avatar Digital Glyph Activity

    $3.00

    Students are going to love creating their own digital avatar characters and you’re going to love all of the technology skills work they are getting.

    This resource works on so many great technology skills. While students may be familiar with paper and pencil glyph activities, it takes it to a whole new level to do it digitally.

    They will be asked to work across slides in either Google Slides or PowerPoint, copy and paste between slides, resize pieces, layer pieces, group pieces, and save their finished work as an image file. All while completing an engaging get-to-know-you activity.

  • Email Lesson for Elementary Students

    $3.00

    Students need help understanding all of the components and expectations for sending emails. These slides and activities are designed to help. If students are completely new to email then they will need to know some basics before being expected to do it independently.

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    Crack the Code Puzzles for Technology Class

    $8.00

    Binary Code, Hexadecimal, and Morse Code Encoded Messages with silly phrases as well as technology facts. This packet would be perfect as bell ringers and for early finishers. Have days without access to devices? These are still Tech lessons but on paper!

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  • Google Docs and Word Processing Projects

    $7.00

    12 projects with monthly themed text for students to practice creating documents in Google Docs or Word. There is a vocabulary list and optional rubric included too if you want to make this an assessment tool.

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  • Online Research Skills Unit

    $5.50

    Research Skills are critical for today’s students. This complete 7 lesson unit will teach your upper elementary or middle school students everything they need to be successful online researchers. Updated 9/17/17 with an answer key.

  • Snowman Code Builders Digital Activities

    $3.00

    Teach students how to follow and decompose algorithms with these Build a Snowman digital activities. 2 types of digital activities ask students to follow an algorithm to put a Snowman together and then look at a pre-built Snowman and type their own algorithm for it.

    Use these activities as a lesson on understanding what an algorithm is, how to write one, follow one, and decompose one. I even included printable posters and vocabulary cards.

  • Ugly Christmas Sweater Digital Glyph Activity

    $3.50

    Students are going to love creating their own Digital Glyph Ugly Christmas Sweater (or any holiday ugly sweater) and you’re going to love all of the technology skills work they are getting. This resource works on so many great technology skills. While students may be familiar with paper and pencil glyph activities, it takes it to a whole new level to do it digitally. Updated to take off the word Christmas from the student file and to provide 2 more pages of shape options that include all holidays and non-holiday options. Now students can make ugly sweaters for any occasion!

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    Technology Vocabulary Task Cards

    $6.00

    Technology Vocabulary Task Cards in both printable and digital formats. 30 Multiple Choice task cards with common technology vocabulary words. Recording sheet and answer key included. The digital version is played as an interactive presentation in Google Slides or PowerPoint.

  • Robot Code Builders – Algorithm and Decomposing Digital Activities

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    Teach students how to follow and decompose algorithms with these Build a Robot digital activities. 2 types of digital activities ask students to follow an algorithm to put a robot together and then look at a pre-built robot and type their own algorithm for it.

    Use these activities as a crash course to understanding what an algorithm is, how to write one, follow one, and decompose one. I even included printable posters and vocabulary cards.

  • Digital Breakout Internet Safety: Digital Footprint

    $6.00

    Using technology and problem solving skills, students decipher codes and complete activities to learn the internet safety topic of Digital Footprint. The activities are housed in a Google Slides file and students enter their codes into a locked Google Form.

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    Digital Breakout Tutorial and Templates to Make Your Own

    $10.00

    14 templates in 6 different colors plus a 21 minute instructional video. Everything you need to make your own digital breakouts for any topic and any grade level. I’ve even included a list of my favorite digital tools for making breakout puzzles.

  • Snow Globe Digital Animation Project

    $4.00

    Stop Motion Animation goes Digital with this Snow Globe Digital Animation Project! Students add the provided graphics to make the snow globe scene. Then they duplicate the slide and make a small change over and over (about 20 times) to animate the scene. This snow globe project is a bit different than the other digital animation projects because students will be adding 3 layers to each slide (the main design, a layer of snow, and then a special opaque layer to finish it up. Once the stop motion animation is complete students publish it to the web and can optionally make it into a GIF using a website tool.

  • Christmas Coding Digital Interactive Activities

    $4.00

    Digital Christmas Themed Coding Activities 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 problem solving. Perfect for the ISTE standard Computational Thinking. They would even be great for your STEM time in class or your Maker Space during the Hour of Code!

     

  • Keyboarding Practice Virtual Classroom

    $2.00

    Students can practice their keyboarding skills in your virtual classroom during distance learning. Use the trend of the Bitmoji Virtual Classroom to engage your students! 10 practice typing sites are linked in the slides so that students have choice.

    Virtual classroom activities are great for students to learn about and practice topics. It is also a great opportunity to work on tech skills like navigating websites and working between tabs in a browser.

  • Spring Themed Text Formatting Activities

    $4.00

    Learning keyboarding can be super boring and tedious for students. This set of 4 Spring Themed text formatting activities aims to bring engagement and a sense of purpose to the practice of typing. Students will also (hopefully) have a sense of pride over the final outcome and an understanding of the learning objective.

  • Snow Globe Scene Digital Glyph Activity

    $3.00

    Students are going to love creating their own Digital Glyph Snow Globe Scene and you’re going to love all of the technology skills work they are getting. This resource works on so many great technology skills. While students may be familiar with paper and pencil glyph activities, it takes it to a whole new level to do it digitally.

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    CODING QUESTS – Binary Codes Game

    $4.00

    Bring hands on learning into your computer science and technology education with Coding Quests board games.

    This board game practices BINARY CODE language while students move their pirate characters through a path filled with obstacles. Can they get their treasure safely back to the port?

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  • Build a Halloween Scene Digital Glyph Activity

    $3.00

    Students are going to love creating their own Build a Halloween Scene Digital Glyph and you’re going to love all of the technology skills work they are getting. Digital Glyphs work on so many great technology skills. While students may be familiar with paper and pencil glyph activities, it takes it to a whole new level to do it digitally.

    In this Build a Halloween Scene activity, students will be asked to work across slides in either Google Slides or PowerPoint, copy and paste between slides, resize pieces, layer pieces, group pieces, and save their finished work as an image file. All while completing an engaging get-to-know-you activity.

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    Coding Quests Directional Coding Board Game

    $8.00

    Bring hands on learning into your computer science and technology education with Coding Quests board games.

    This board game practices Directional Coding language while students move their pirate characters through a path filled with obstacles. Can they collect their treasures safely?

    4 levels of play and 3 additional ways to play, which includes using with coding robots if you have them. Plus extras if you want to take the challenge up a notch.

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  • 4th Grade Digital Citizenship Activities

    $6.00

    6 Digital Activities to supplement the Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship Curriculum for 4th Grade.

    These activities are designed to be completed after doing the full Common Sense Media lesson for each topic.

  • Digital Breakout Internet Safety: Fake News

    $6.00

    Using technology and problem solving skills, students decipher codes and complete activities to learn the internet safety topic of Fake News. The activities are housed in a Google Slides file and students enter their codes into a locked Google Form.

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  • Digital Breakout Internet Safety: Online Friends

    $6.00

    Using technology and problem solving skills, students decipher codes and complete activities to learn the internet safety topic of Online Friends. The activities are housed in a Google Slides file and students enter their codes into a locked Google Form.

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  • Digital Breakout Internet Safety: Passwords

    $6.00

    Using technology and problem solving skills, students decipher codes and complete activities to learn the internet safety topic of Passwords. The activities are housed in a Google Slides file and students enter their codes into a locked Google Form.

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  • Digital Breakout Internet Safety: Privacy and Security

    $6.50

    Using technology and problem solving skills, students decipher codes and complete activities to learn the internet safety topic of privacy and security. 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 locked Google Form.

  • Fall Themed Text Formatting Activities

    $4.00

    Learning keyboarding can be super boring and tedious for students. This set of 4 Fall Themed text formatting activities aims to bring engagement and a sense of purpose to the practice of typing. Students will also (hopefully) have a sense of pride over the final outcome and an understanding of the learning objective.

  • Computer Problem Solving Unit in Google Slides

    $3.00

    Are your students really struggling with basic computer troubleshooting? This 15 query unit is great for partner research or an extended individual research project. Each query is appropriate for upper elementary or middle school students. By the end of learning these 15 common computer troubleshooting problems, your classroom will run so smoothly without all of the “how do I…” questions. Feel free to add your own in addition to the 15 included. The queries on the slides are editable.

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