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  • Fall Scene Digital Glyph Activity

    $3.00

    Students are going to love creating their own digital glyph fall 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.

    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.

  • Fall Coding Digital Interactive Activities

    $4.00

    Digital Fall 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!

  • Pixel Art with Counting Cubes – Seasonal Designs

    $6.00

    This resource works on so many great technology skills. While students may be familiar with using snap cubes (or counting blocks or whatever you call them) to make designs, it brings the skill to a whole new level to do it digitally.

    There are 4 levels for each design.

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    Snow Globe Digital Glyph and Animation Projects Bundle

    $5.60

    This winter will be so fun with the Snow Globe digital glyph and digital animation projects in one bundle! You can use both projects with the same students or have students do the digital glyph the first year and then the digital animation the next year. Ideal for computer lab teachers or upper elementary classroom teachers.

  • Advanced Keyboarding Text Formatting Activities

    $7.00

    As requested, here is a set of keyboarding activities that help students practice the shift key. This set of 6 Designs require students to use the whole keyboard including the shift key characters. The goal of text formatting activities is 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.

  • Inputs and Outputs Booklet

    $3.00

    Introduce a lesson on computers parts with this eBook that goes over the inputs and outputs of a computer. Great for a warm up activity in the computer lab or classroom. Share the PDF with students for a paperless experience or print the nonfiction text out as a booklet.

  • Monsters Code Builders Digital Activities

    $3.00

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

  • Construction Theme Digital Pixel Art

    $4.00

    This resource works on so many great technology skills. While students may be familiar with using snap cubes (or counting blocks or whatever you call them) to make designs, it brings the skill to a whole new level to do it digitally. 10 Construction Theme designs in 4 different levels for differentiation between grade levels k-5.

  • Email Booklet

    $3.00

    Introduce a lesson on how email works with this eBook that goes over what email is, how it compares to traditional main, and how we send and receive email messages. Includes brief email etiquette. Great for a warm up activity in the computer lab or classroom. Share the PDF with students for a paperless experience or print the nonfiction text out as a booklet.

  • Valentine’s Day Scene Digital Glyph Activity

    $3.00

    Students are going to love creating their own Digital Glyph Valentine’s Day 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.

  • Pizza Code Builders Digital Activities

    $3.00

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

  • Summer Themed Text Formatting Activities

    $4.00

    Learning keyboarding can be super boring and tedious for students. This set of 4 Summer 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.

  • Halloween Digital Animation Project

    $3.00

    Stop Motion Animation goes Digital with this Halloween Digital Animation Project! Students choose from background options and then add shapes, text, and clip art graphics to make a scene. Then they duplicate the slide and make a small change over and over (about 50 times) to animate the scene. 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.

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    Master Google Apps Bundle

    $65.70

    Do you need your students to master Google Slides, Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Classroom so that they can complete assignments efficiently? This bundle has everything your upper elementary students need to become pros at Google Apps.

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    Internet Safety Unit

    $20.00

    This complete unit has 10 reading passages, vocab cards, a multiple choice assessment, and 40 digital activity slides for internet safety and digital citizenship topics. It is ideal for computer lab teachers to use during tech class as you can choose which topics to complete with each grade level.

  • Using a Keyboard Booklet

    $3.00

    Introduce a lesson on keyboarding with this eBook that goes over how a keyboard works and how we use them, including an introduction to Home Row keys and learning to type. Great for a warm up activity in the computer lab or classroom. Share the PDF with students for a paperless experience or print the nonfiction text out as a booklet.

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    Digital STEM Challenges

    $8.50

    STEM goes digital with these fun and engaging design challenges. 10 websites and 90 challenges perfect for grades 2 and up. The virtual manipulatives work on any device and in any browser so this activity is perfect for distance learning and in the classroom.

  • Christmas Around the World Guided Research Project

    $3.00

    Teachers looking to integrate technology skills and content areas with love this review of PowerPoint/Google Slides skills for students with the topic of Christmas Around the World. While this is a simple research project, the real goal of this activity is for students to put their notes into a Presentation template (using either Google Slides or PowerPoint) and make it look professional.

  • Online Research Skills Digital Breakout: Avoiding Plagiarism

    $6.00

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

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  • Valentine’s Day Pixel Art STEM Challenges

    $4.00

    This resource works on so many great technology skills. While students may be familiar with using snap cubes (or counting blocks or whatever you call them) to make designs, it brings the skill to a whole new level to do it digitally. 10 Valentine’s Day designs in 4 different levels for differentiation between grade levels k-5.

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    Technology I Can Statements K-5 BUNDLE

    $26.40

    Over 180 Posters of I Can Statements for the ISTE® Technology Standards for Students. Both full page and half page posters are included as well as PDF and PNG options for printing. This is the K-2 and 3-5 sets combined into one download for K-5.

  • Burger Code Builders – Algorithm and Decomposing Digital Activities

    $3.00

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

  • DIGITAL Build Your Own Computer Activity

    $4.00

    Students put together a digital computer in 4 click and drag activities. They learn how to put icons on a desktop, where the hardware components go inside of a computer, they label the browser icons, and they put a keyboard together. There are differentiated options to meet the needs of your students.

    This activity is provided in PowerPoint. You can upload it into your Google Drive and it will open with Slides.

  • Vocab CODING – Parts Inside a Computer

    $6.00

    Coding meets vocabulary instruction with VoCode! Integrate those robots you have (or turn students into robots) to complete these coding challenges. 3 Options for the activities mean that you can use this with ANY movable Bots and ANY grade level of students. Be sure to check out the preview!

    This set includes Parts Inside a Computer. Check out page 5 of the preview to see which ones are included.

  • History of Computers Booklet

    $3.00

    Introduce a lesson on computers with this eBook that goes over the history of computers from ancient computing devices to the first punch card systems all the way to modern computers with internet connections. Great for a warm up activity in the computer lab or classroom. Share the PDF with students for a paperless experience or print the nonfiction text out as a booklet.

  • Chromebook Special Keys Digital Secret Picture Tiles

    $3.00

    Students can learn and memorize the Chromebook Special Keys by completing 10 engaging secret picture tile puzzles. These puzzles are great mouse or trackpad practice as well as being an opportunity to practice navigating a Google Slides or PowerPoint file.

  • Grades 4-5 Timely Tech: Back to School Themed Computer Lab Lessons

    $4.00

    Digital interactive slides for 4th and 5th grade students with a Back to School theme. Timely Tech is designed to help your students build tech skills while incorporating monthly themed digital activities.

    When I teach my students with monthly themed activities that bring in the other subject areas, I find that they are more engaged and empowered to learn. There is intentionally lots of repetition from month to month with these Timely Tech activities because students are building both tech and academic skills.

  • Online Research Skills Digital Breakout: Evaluate a Web Page

    $6.00

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

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  • 3 Halloween Themed Digital Keyboard Shortcuts Games

    $3.00

    3 Halloween themed Keyboard shortcuts “games” that can be completed on any device. There are 12 keyboard shortcuts included and these 12 are repeated throughout the 3 games. This gives students an opportunity to master them. There is a 1 page poster included for you to use to introduce the keyboard shortcuts if your students are new to them.

  • Code a Character – Hour of Code

    $4.00

    Watch your students master directional coding with these engaging Build a Character Digital Coding activities. It is also great keyboard shortcut practice! Perfect for the ISTE standard Computational Thinking and Computer Science Week. They would even be great for your STEM time in class or your Maker Space during the Hour of Code!

    Directional coding is the foundation of learning to code. It builds the problem-solving skills students will need to transition into block coding and then actual coding languages.

    By working on progressively harder challenges, students will get to practice the skill multiple times.

  • Online Research Skills Unit

    $18.00

    This complete unit has 9 reading passages, vocab cards, a multiple choice assessment, and 36 digital activity slides for online research topics. It is ideal for computer lab teachers to use during tech class as you can choose which topics to complete with each grade level.

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    4 Seasons Text Formatting Activities

    $12.80

    Learning keyboarding can be super boring and tedious for students. This set of Seasons 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.