Kindergarten Lessons 11 - 20
Lesson 11: e-Learning; Math World
Students will practice counting, patterns, number order and so much more. Students continue to learn how to Navigate a website & the concept of "what to do next" on their own.
Lesson 12: Internet Traffic Light Lesson
How to stay safe when visiting a website or app by using the Traffic light.
Lesson 13: Coding
You will learn about coding and play a coding game! Introduce New Vocab. Code, Blockly, Command, Sequence, Algorithm, Program, Programming, Run Program, & Loop
Lesson 14: Presenting Data Using a Graph
Students will collect data from their classmates on a "Favorite" topic. If possible have them ask a few teachers & another class. Add all the collected data up & have students make a Prediction of what the next person asked might say? Why?
Lesson 15: Keep it Private!
You will be learning what information you should keep to yourself when Online.
Lesson 16: Happy Maps
At the root of all computer science is something called an algorithm. The word “algorithm” may sound like something complicated, but really it’s just a list of instructions that someone can follow to achieve a result. Students will:
List steps to move character around a map
Arrange directions to reach predetermined goal
Predict where character will land, given a list of steps
Lesson 17: This lesson serves as an introduction to loops. Loops allow for students to simplify their code by grouping commands that need to be repeated. Students will develop critical thinking skills by noticing repetition in movements of their classmates and determining how many times to repeat commands. By seeing "Happy Maps" again, students will get the chance to relate old concepts such as sequencing to the new concept of repeat loops.
Lesson 18: A-B-C Searching
Students will learn how to search online using the alphabet on a children's directory website. Students will label an animal that they have searched using the attached site.
Lesson 19: Pebble Go Animal Research
Step 1. Students will collaborate with another student. Together they will choose an animal to research. They will each listen to the facts and together complete the attached worksheet. Partner Activity
Step 2. Students will use Pebble Go to learn about an animal of their choice (Teacher should give a list of animals to chose from; animals that are on Pebble Go). They should use the search box to "look" up an animal & then complete the Pebble Go worksheet. Teacher will have to pre-print the Worksheets from Pebble Go.
Lesson 20: Media Balance is Important
Students will consider the feelings of themselves and others when making decisions about when, where, and how much to use technology.
Digital Citizenship Lesson