Do you need your students to be mouse or trackpad masters but don’t have time to plan the lessons? These 10 lessons progress through moving the mouse, clicking on things, click and drag, and double click. Your students will be engaged and you can just sit back and watch the learning happen.
Who is this for?
Beginner computer users and teachers with no time to prep technology lessons.
What do I get in this resource?
A link to a Google Slides file with an introductory page that includes I Can Statements and the Technology Standards addressed.
10 Slides of editable activities. If you don’t like one of the websites included simply swap it out with a link to something you like better.
The layout is set so students won’t be able to move things around, just click and go.
Get this free Google Slides Vocabulary Poster that makes a great mini lesson to introduce your students to Google Slides for the first time.
With this resource you will receive a link to a file to be shared with your students in Google Classroom. **BENEFITS OF GOOGLE CLASSROOM** ♥ PAPERLESS! ♥ INTEGRATE TECHNOLOGY INTO THE CLASSROOM! ♥ IMPROVE STUDENT COMPUTER SKILLS! ♥ INCREASE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT! ♥ ACCESS MATERIALS ANYWHERE! Do you have a Google Classroom? Are you looking for digital ways to incorporate common core skills and make your students more adept at utilizing technology in their daily learning? If so, then this is the product for you! #tptdigital Don’t have Google accounts yet? No problem! Students can still access this presentation if you set it to be “Anyone with the link can edit”. They can add text, just not images. You would have to create a separate presentation for each student and supply them with the url. This product comes as a link in a folder. First, make sure you are signed into your Google account. Double click the link and you will be prompted to “Make a Copy”. Rename the Writing Journal whatever you would like. It will be sent directly to your drive! Disperse to your students via Google Classroom, Google Drive Shared folder, your Learning Platform, etc..
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Buyer (verified owner) –
This resource is so cute and helpful. However, some of the games are too hard for beginning KG students. I adjusted as needed though!
Marilyn A. (verified owner) –
Although I teach middle school, a few special education students will be placed in my classes. This was great for my students who are learning at the prek-1st grade level. It was a great resource to have available for the students.
Buyer (verified owner) –
My students loved this resource at the beginning of the year! It really helped them understand how to use the mouse better when we began learning from home.
Andrea M. (verified owner) –
Did this with my kindergarten distant learning and it worked very well. Would recommend only assigning a couple slides at a time.
Sandy C. (verified owner) –
This resource is great for remote learning! I was able to use it in the spring when we first went remote, and now I’m using it for my students this year! I was able to edit it to fit the needs of my students! Another great resource from one of my favorite TPT sellers! Thanks!