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SmartBoard. Products 2. EXAMPLE - Kindergarten News by Gina Wilson-Burns on Prezi. Integrating Technology in the Primary Classroom. Christmas/games.htm. Cupcakes, meet your match—cake balls are our new favorite bite-sized snack!

christmas/games.htm

Light the Christmas tree so that Santa comes to town and makes the Monkey GO Happy! Help Snail Bob have a very merry Christmas by keeping him alive in this puzzle-ridden winter wonderland. Dust off your apron and get ready to make this traditional English Christmas treat. Santa needs your help to spread his Christmas cheer. Help Santa deliver his gifts to the children's stockings. Clear the way for Santa Claus! Can you collect the correct Christmas balls in the correct order in each of 16 levels? This mischievous Imp is out to prank Christmas. This adorable little guy needs some help getting ready for December 25th. Put the jigsaw puzzle pieces together to form a picture of decorated sugar Christmas Cookies. Frosty is missing and Santa needs your help to find him. Rudolph is missing and Christmas will be ruined if he isn't found.

Here's a holiday hint: the best fruitcake needs about a month to ripen. Oh no! Oh no! Keyboarding Games for Kids - Learning to Type Games for Kids. TechLEARNING.com. Thinkuknow - online safety! Practical Support Pack. I.C.T. - Word Processing. ICT Unit 0 - A brilliant resource to get children started with computers.

I.C.T. - Word Processing

Key Stage One Programme of Study - Another PDF, contributed by Liam Buckley, containing the Programmes of Study for KS1 ICT. Review of Units 2A-2D - A set of plans, intended to review skills during units 2A, 2B, 2C and 2D. Contributed by Helen Crompton. Interactive Whiteboard Tips - A selection of tips and ideas for making the most of an interactive whiteboard. Using a Visualiser - Ideas for using a visualiser in the classroom. KS2 - ICT - Key Skills. Javascript. On the left, the JavaScript examples have the coding alongside.

Javascript

The HTML that you should know about already will be grey. (If you don't, go away and find out!) Literals and numbers in JavaScript will also be grey. There is some HTML which you may not know yet, which is needed for JavaScript. This will be green. Programming tips. Unicorn - Unique Coder with Reduced Notation. How to run a program Enter program into the text box.

Unicorn - Unique Coder with Reduced Notation

(Try S2 M4 ) If you want to see an expanded listing and check for errors, click on 'Check code'. This isn't essential, since it's done automatically when you run the program, but it's a good idea. Correct any errors. Click on 'Run program'. If the program isn't working, change whatever is wrong in the text box, click on 'Run program' again. Typing practice. This webpage gives you quick, useful practice in typing.

Typing practice

Type the red letter above. When you have finished the letter or word, another appears immediately, so type that. At the end of the go, you will be told how many you have typed. Try again, and see if you can improve. If you make a mistake, you will be told so. You can select smaller collections of letters, or short words. New feature (November 2012): You can select capitals rather than lower case (because the keyboard is capitals).

Tag Learning. Logo & Control. Internet & Email. Spreadsheets & Databases. Planning & Assessment. Word Processing & DTP. ICT lesson plans; For Year 1 - 6. Control. Internet Safety. ICT. ICT. Teachernet, Learning, teaching and managing using ICT. Becta - Becta.