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Touch typing activities

Dance Mat Typing, a fun way to learn touch typing ¬†from the BBC There are four levels to play, each divided into three stages. You start by learning the home row keys. Each stage builds on previous lessons, introducing new... Continue Reading →

Build your own Dinosaur

nice game that does what it says on the tin and has a choice of backgrounds, there are also links to all other kinds of dinosaur and fossil related activities.  

Simple Real Coding using code monkey

Simple Real Coding using code monkey

Make your own Logo

A fun online activity using simple paint tools to create your own logo!

Dr Seuss Quote posters and Interactive Sites

Here are some Dr Seuss printable activities Everyone loves Dr Seuss and here are some fun interactive sites! There is also the official Seuss site!   There's also Maths's safari games on PBS: Visit my... Continue Reading →

Ada’s poetry generator a Scratch Project

This is a great project for The Code Club. Not only does the project celebrate the first Programmer, Ada Lovelace, it also covers literacy because the children make lists of Nouns: Adverbs and Verbs to include in their poem generator.... Continue Reading →

Ada Lovelace Resources

Brain Pop is a site you have to pay for but it has a lot of free resources including this on women in science and the fabulous Ada Lovelace!

Computer Vocabulary

This game helps children identify the different types of technology in a room. Once the child has selected an object, she then has to pick (from a multiple choice) the correct definition of the selected technology.

Computer Programming Inspiration 1 min video

This a great 1 minute film which inspires children to have a go at Computing.

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