Bundle of PreK activities to use in the computer lab (technology class). These activities don’t require a device so they’re perfect for the beginning of the year before students are developmentally ready to get on computers. Once you’ve introduced and practiced each station activity then students will be able to do them independently throughout the year. This makes for great sub plans and early finishers as needed.
Mouse and trackpad practice on paper
Coloring pages to learn the parts of the computer
Booklets to learn about computers and how to use them
Paper keyboard practice activities
Robot task cards to review computer parts and learn coding concepts
Sorting activities to learn coding concepts
This is a bundle of already created resources and does not include lesson plans or pacing guides. Use the activities in any order you see fit with any grade level(s) you want.
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