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  • Christmas Digital Pixel Art STEM Challenges

    $4.00

    Digital Pixel Art STEM Challenges work 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 Christmas designs in 4 different levels for differentiation between grade levels k-5.

  • Ugly Sweater Digital Animation Project

    $3.00
    Stop Motion Animation goes Digital with this Ugly Sweater 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.
     
    The clip art pieces can be used for many December events and holidays like Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, Solstice, and New Year. You can add more customized options for your students if needed.
  • Digital Breakout Internet Safety: Cyberbullying

    $5.00

    Using technology and problem solving skills, students decipher codes and complete activities to learn the internet safety topic of Cyberbullying. 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: Private and Personal Info

    $6.00

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

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  • Dot Day Digital Glyph Activity

    $3.00

    Students are going to love creating their own Digital Glyph for Dot Day 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.

  • Winter Coding Digital Interactive Activities

    $4.00

    Digital Winter 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 Special Keys Practice in Google Slides {Bonus Included}

    $6.50

    Do your students know the keyboard letters and numbers but need practice with the special keys? Do they have to take online assessments where they will be asked to key in numbers and symbols? Then this practice set is just what you’ve been looking for. 2 levels of special keys practice plus BONUS practice for online assessment skills such as click and drag, short answer text, and drop down menus.

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    Hour of Code Classroom and Computer Lab Kit

    $6.00

    The goal of this kit is to provide everything you need to make your classroom ready for the Hour of Code event during computer science week. It includes vocab posters, pre and post assessments, encouraging quotes posters, choice boards with hour of code activities, editable parent letter, and bulletin board header letters.

  • Digital Breakout Internet Safety: Permission to Post

    $6.00

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

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  • Technology Vocabulary Puzzles Printable and Digital Options

    $6.00

    30 Technology Vocabulary Puzzles in both printable and digital format. Either print, prep, and have students complete on paper or use the PowerPoint or Google Slides file to have students complete them digitally. Either way they are great practice.

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  • Algorithm Activities

    $4.00

    Teach students how to create and decompose Algorithms with these print and digital activities. 2 types of printable activities ask students to color pictures following an algorithm. 2 types of digital activities ask students to order the steps of an algorithm, identify the bug or an extra step, and then write their own 5 step algorithms for a given topic.

    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 a simple assessment. See the table of contents for what is included.

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    Software Technology Lessons Bundle for Grades 1-5

    $126.00

    180 Spiral Review technology lessons that teach presentation, word processing, and spreadsheet software over 36 sessions for each grade level. These will make a great addition to your technology curriculum for the computer lab. The skills build on each other throughout each unit so students really master the programs.

  • Digital Breakout Internet Safety: Copyright

    $5.00

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

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  • Keyboards Digital Breakout Challenges

    $6.00

    Using technology and problem solving skills, students decipher codes and complete activities to learn about computer keyboards. The activities are housed in a Google Slides file and students enter their codes into a locked Google Form. If you’ve been wanting to try an escape room or digital breakout with your students, this is a great place to start.

  • Ice Cream Code Builders – Algorithm and Decomposing Digital Activities

    $3.00

    Teach students how to follow and decompose algorithms with these Build an Ice Cream digital activities. 2 types of digital activities ask students to follow an algorithm to put an Ice Cream together and then look at a pre-built ice cream 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 Sheets/Excel Mystery Pictures | Halloween Theme

    $5.00

    Students are going to love discovering what Halloween themed design is hidden in the spreadsheet software mystery picture and you’ll love that they are practicing so many different skills. While students may be familiar with paper and pencil mystery pictures, it takes it to a whole new level to do it digitally. Students will really master the toolbar in Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel. The activity has them filling 100 cells in the table per design, making it a mastery activity.

  • Digital Breakout Internet Safety: Group Chats

    $6.00

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

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  • Thanksgiving Digital Pixel Art STEM Activity

    $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 Thanksgiving designs in 4 different levels for differentiation between grade levels k-5.

  • Pixel Art Coding – 3 unplugged computer science lessons

    $7.00

    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 classroom.

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    Build Your Own Computer Paper and Digital Bundle

    $6.00

    Both my Best Selling paper Build Your Own Computer and the paperless Digital Build Your Own Computer in one bundle!

  • Holiday Text Formatting Activities

    $11.00

    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 11 U.S. Holidays 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.

  • Fill in the Keyboards UNPLUGGED Task Cards

    $3.00

    On each printable worksheet there are 3 keyboards for a total of 60 fill in the keyboards activities. There are 3 different keyboard layouts (PC, Chromebook, and Mac) so that students are exposed to different keyboard types. Great for exit ticket, sub activity, early finisher option, low-tech day, and the list goes on!

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    CODING QUESTS – If/Then/Else Game

    $4.00

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

    This board game practices If/Then/Else 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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  • Winter Snowman Scene Digital Glyph Activity

    $3.00

    Students are going to love creating their own Digital Glyph Winter Snowman 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.

  • 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.

  • Taking Care of a Computer Booklet

    $3.00

    Introduce a lesson on computers with this eBook that goes over ways to take care of a computer, such as being careful touching and carrying it, keeping programs updated, and deleting unused files from time to time. 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.

  • 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.