Try to recreate the designs on these Pixel Art Google Slides. There are four levels. The difficulty increases at each level! Digital skills include copying and pasting, mouse practice, design thinking and patterns. Can you master all four? Level One Level Two Level Three Level Four
This is another fun version of code.org’s simple coding activities. If you have done the Minecraft, Dance Party, or other similar coding activities, you will love this one! Let us know if you give it a try!
Many educators have begun hosting class meetings via Zoom, Google Meet, or a similar platform. It is important that students know the rules and expectations, and you can help! Click HERE to read how you can help your student be prepared for class video-chats.
Have fun with this digital breakout and learn about important rules when posting pictures online! Click here to get your copy of the breakout.
As part of our Digital Citizenship curriculum in grades 3-5, we discuss the importance of having strong passwords. With the shift to online learning, your student may need to create new online accounts. This game reinforces what students have already learned in grades 3-5 about keeping accounts secure and will be a great introduction for […]
Click here to make a copy of a new digital breakout. Right now you’re spending more time than usual online doing classwork. It’s important to remember to keep your personal information private!
This is a really fun coding activity for kids of all ages! See the quick tutorial below if you are not sure how to get started. If you are ready to start coding, just click the Shape Tracer links. Have fun!
Many of you have enjoyed working together on a digital breakout in the classroom. Would you like to try one at home? Click here to try out a Cyberbullying Digital Breakout. You’ll learn about identifying a cyberbully and the steps you can take to stop one. After clicking on the link, you will be prompted […]