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"Play Your Part for a better internet"
Send entries to Ms. Edwards by Friday 26th of February.
The internet is a brilliant resource that we use for many things such as searching for information, connecting with others, playing games, listening to music, watching films and much more. We also have to remember to be SMART when going online.
Here are some links to websites and lessons we will explore and discuss during our computer class:
After exploring the websites and discussions during class, post a comment below about something new you have learned.
5th & 6th Classes have been learning about The Easter 1916 Rising in Computer class.
Here are some useful links to websites we used to research some facts:
This month we are linking our computer class with SESE (Social, Environmental and Scientific Education).
BBC Science clips and KS2 Bitesize science provide online science experiments and facts about a variety of science topics such as:
We are having great fun using our science skills of predicting, questioning, investigating and measuring the results of our virtual experiments. Click on the websites below to do some science!
**Share an interesting science fact that you learned in your computer class in the comments below.**
We really enjoyed learning the basics of Computer science during our "Hour of Code".
We used CODE.ORG's guided tutorials and coded games such as Candy Quest, Kodables, Minecraft, Star Wars and Disney Infinity while some tried create art using the Frozen animation and artist studio.
We wrote hundreds of lines of code between all of our class groups. Working as a team really helped solve the code as well as our patience and maths skills too!
Have a look at some photos from Science Week below:
ANYBODY CAN LEARN
When you do this, you can create a game, make an animation, a piece of art, a story and much more.
HOUR OF CODE 2015
CODE.ORG have developed a wide range of self guided tutorials for learning to code. Last year 100 million students took part and the aim is to get up to 200 million this year, so let's join and make it happen!
If you have an email, you can sign up to this website and save and access all of your projects in one place. However you don't need to be signed up to join in the Hour of Code. Click on an activity for your age group below.
1st -2nd Class
3rd -6th Class
The More Advanced Coder