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Year One Computing Challenge- Autumn 2

 

Learn about Directions.

 

Find out the meaning of the following words:

 

Forwards

Backwards

Left

Right

 

Find out what these words mean at home and show me what you have learnt. You could write some sentences with these words in or get even more creative, taking pictures or videos showing me the different directions and what they mean. You could even try and find a beebot to use to show me these different words. Make sure to post your Computing challenge on the blog for extra housepoints and rewards in class. Anyone who completes it will get 100 housepoints and a treat from me!

 

Year One Computing Knowledge Organiser 2020-2021

Year One Computing Knowledge Organiser 2020-2021- Document PDF To Print

 

Computing Home Learning Resources and Links

 

Below are a list of useful Computing Resources that I wish to share with you. They are all based on learning Computing at home and they have wide range of downloadable and activities and games for you to do. They are all focused on developing your Computational thinking and skills, or developing your Digital Literacy and E Safety and are all fun, engaging and interactive, while using a range of subjects. There are also various Computing Home Learning Projects which you can have a go at and take part in. This is a perfect opportunity for you to explore and investigate different Computing resources and they are also all completely free and easy to use! Simply choose a website you like the look of below and click on the green link to get started! Please upload any Computing activities that you do onto the blog and I will give you 20 house points for every task completed.

 

 

This is an education programme and free resource with advice, games and activities for helping children to stay safe online. https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/
This website is by STEM and has a range of tutorials, activities and games for Scratch and Programming, E Safety and Online Safety, and using Mobile Phones and Technology safely. 

 

https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning/primary#computing

This has various Computing Home Learning Resources including home projects,downloadable activities and  games based on Online Safety, Programming and Coding and Computational Thinking.

https://blog.teachcomputing.org/computing-resources-for-home-learning/

This is a brilliant Youtube Video Channel which has lots of videos to help you learn Programming and Coding. 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLecqH2uhOR0bj6Qb0LzzXYz8nFFIC0m1S

This website includes learning together activities, mini missions and projects and interactive learning games all based around Computational Thinking and Skills.There are downloadable resources, worksheets and activities which are all absolutely free. https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning

This ProProfs Website allows you to make your own online games. Here you can make your own crossword, word searches, hangman and jigsaw games. 

https://www.proprofs.com/gam

Barefoot Computing ( Home Learning)

 

 

There is a brilliant website called Barefoot Computing which has lots of interactive activities and games that you can do linked to computing and programming. It has a range of activities to keep you entertained such as mini missions, interactive learning gamed and learning together activities. The resources and  games are fun and support you with using your Computing and problem solving skills so click on the link below to access the website and get started!  

 

https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning   

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