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TIME TO READ

Story Line Websites free literacy program where actors read to children

RAZ KIDS 

Hour of Code ! 

Ms Lopez Class 

Mrs Johnston Class

Ms Pizarro Class 

Learning games :

Dinosaur Train 

Coding 

Tynker.com 

Lego Hour of Code

Code.org

Sight word Practice 

Super Y Reading Practice

Spelling practice !

Sight word recognition

Sight word recognition

Vowel ACE GAME

Sight Words Smash

Practice Math

TITLEMAX® MONEY KNOWLEDGE GAMES- Worksheets and game resources to practice money

Number Bonds

Lemonade Stand Game

Learning Coins

Coins for Candy Money Game
Match number to the word

Boom Blocks Addition

Base 10 bingo

Learning coins

Counting money bingo

Adding using dice

Comparing numbers racing game 

​Math man Jr. 

Copy and Paste

Dr Seuss Copy and Paste

African Americans Who Changed our World 

Kindness 

RAINBO

TOYS

Toys”r”us 

Typing Home row Keys: asdf jkl;

Practice Typing 

Popcorn Typing

Typing Practice with Room Recess

Tommy Q Typing Game

How to Use a Mouse

Lesson 4 Digital Citizenship: ABC’s Searching


Lesson Objectives

Students will be able to …

learn how to search online by using the alphabet.

understand how to search for a specified letter of the alphabet on a children’s directory site.

apply the results of their alphabet search to create a picture dictionary.

Click here for Enchanted Learning’s children’s picture dictionary 

Let’s make a picture code using the letters of our name

1. Find your teachers folder on your desktop and open your journal

2.  Look up the letters of your name in the picture dictionary

3. Copy and paste a picture for each letter from the picture dictionary into your journal

Lesson 3 Digital Citizenship My Online Neighborhood

How do I go places safely on the computer?
Students will discover they can go fun places online but they must follow rules to stay safe.
Students will compare how staying safe online is like staying safe in the real world.
Students will explain the rules for staying safe on the Internet.
Parents click here to download a family tip sheet

Students:

Group A Lesson 
Hi my friends! Watch this video to learn how the Internet in your new online neighborhood

Wild About Safety and Smart Disney video 

Name the 3 rules of Internet safety.

How do you stay safe when you visit new places?

How is going online like going to visit a new place?

How do you stay safe while going online to visit places on the Internet?

Lets Play Cyber 5 to make sure YOU know how to stay SAFE ON the INTERNET !

Lesson 14: Big Event

Code.org Story Lab

Lesson 13: Loops 

Loop is a pattern that repeats itself over and over 

Bee Loops 

Angry Birds Maze Loops 

Lesson 12: Artists Sequence 

Code.org: Artists Sequence 

Lesson 11: Bee: Sequence

Computer Program is an algorithm in code

Code.org : Bee Sequence puzzle 

Lesson 10: Coding Happy Maps by Code.org

Algorithm is a set of instructions, directions, steps to solve a problem 

K-1st Grade Coding

Lesson 9:Follow the Digital Trail (K-2)

What information is OK to have in your digital footprint?
Learning Objectives
Students will be able to …
• learn that the information they put online leaves a digital footprint or “trail.”
• explore what information is appropriate to be put online.
• judge the nature of different types of digital footprints by following the information trails of two fictional animals.
Students will watch video Follow The Digital Footprint then discuss
• What is a “digital footprint”? Have you ever heard of digital footprints before?
• When you leave footprints from your shoes on a oor, you can clean them up. Can you erase digital footprints too?
• What kinds of online activities leave a trail and become part of your digital footprint?

Lesson 8: Staying Safe Online (K-2)

Staying Safe Online (K-2)
Learning Objectives
Students will be able to …
• understand that being safe when they visit websites is similar to staying safe in real life.
• learn to recognize websites that are good for them to visit.
• recognize if they should ask an adult they trust before they visit a particular website.
Each student is given a red,green and yellow paper (Stop Sign) to hold up when reviewing different websites. Review different websites and students hold up green for good for them, yellow when they need to slow down and ask an adult and red sites that are not right for them.

Lesson 7: Sending Email (K-2)

How do you connect with others through email?

Lesson Objectives

Students will be able to …

  • understand that the Internet provides a means of communicating with real people.
  • describe how email messages are sent and received.
  • demonstrate an appreciation of how real people send messages to one another on the Internet through a role-playing activity.

The class will breakup into 3 groups: sender, receiver and email

demonstrate an appreciation of how real people send messages to one another on the Internet through a role-playing activity.
The class was broken into 3 groups: sender, receiver and email
1. They each wrote their word on a card
2. Then we talked about what an email was,what a sender was and what a receiver is
3. Then I told them pretend the internet is the carpet and I asked for 3 volunteers 1 from each group 1 sender 1 receiver and email. I write a message on a paper hello and give it to the sender on one side of the carpet then I have email who is in the internet electricity brings the messages from the sender to the receiver. We will play until everyone gets a turn

Lesson 6: My Creative Work (K-2) Digital Citizenship Unit

How can you give credit to your own creative work?

Learning Objectives

  • define the Key Vocabulary term credit.
  • list some reasons why credit is important for an artist.
  • give themselves proper credit on their own work.

Practice

As a class we will create a story then decide as a class who gets credit, then students will draw a picture about our story and we will discuss who gets credit for their pictures and how I would give each student credit if I published the story and pictures on my website.

VIDEO Copyright Fair Use How to Give Credit 

Lesson 5 : Keep it Private Digital Citizenship Unit 

 

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to …

• recognize the kind of information that is private.

• understand that they should never give out private information on the Internet.

• learn to create effective usernames that protect their private information.

Practice: 

Pick a website below and create a username that keeps your personal information private but that you can easily remember

 SecretBuilders (www.secretbuilders.com/gameplay/gameplay.html): Click on New Player, select an age, and then select “I’m a Girl” or “I’m a Boy.”

Scholastic’s The Stacks (www.scholastic.com/kids/stacks): Click on Log In Now.

www.lego.com

WATCH VIDEO

Personal and Private Information 

 

 



Lesson 2

Goal: Create a new Word Document, name it Journal and save it to class folder with file name : Journal.name

Steps

  1. Open a Word Document ( Blue W) 
  2. Title it Journal Entry and Today’s Date ( in the right bottom corner of screen) 
  3. High light Journal and Center 
  4. Save your work (Directions are on the back of your chair and on the board.)

Answer the following questions: 

What is your favorite thing to do in technology class? 

Don’t forget to save your work!  

Save as: first name.lastname. Journal 

When finished you may go to Games and Search Engines and choose a game to play silently. 
Lesson 1 Review Keyboarding Skills/ Accessing the Internet/Sight Word Practice

Goal: To review the KEYBOARD and SIGHT WORDS

Click this link to play Typing Rocket  Spider Swatter Make a Match Sight Word Game 

By the end of the lesson you will be able to answer the following questions:

  1. Is the keyboard in alphabetical order ?
  2. What letter is next to the A ?
  3. Underline the sight word:  You are great.  I can help my friends. I love school.