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Year 2

Communicate

Follow the Digital Trail Lesson Plan 

(Digital Footprint & Identity).

Students learn that the information they put online leaves a digital footprint, or "trail," which can be big or small, and helpful or hurtful, depending on how they manage it.

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How is data stored on a computer? Video

 

How do people use computers at work? Video

 

How computers have changed Video

How can you write a story on a computer? Video

 

How does animation work? Video

 

How do you make video on a computer? Video

   

Connect

 

We the Digital Citizens Lesson Plan 

(Relationships & Communication).

Students sing along with the Digital Citizens about the amazing possibilities that come with using technology and take a pledge to be safe, responsible, and respectful when traveling through the online world.

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Digital Citizens Colouring Book

How do you take care of your personal information? Video

 

How can you use the web safely? Video

   

Code

 

Learn to code – Ages 4 to 8: Pre-reader Express

Learn computer science by trying the lessons at your own pace! Learn to create computer programs, develop problem-solving skills, and work through fun challenges! Make games and creative projects to share with friends, family, and teachers.

Persistence

Computer science requires persistence. Here are two short picture books and an optional activity to model ways to approach struggle and problem solving in a way that young students can understand. Read these stories any time you want to introduce or reinforce persistence. After reading, you can even complete Stevie's big "marble run" project!

Picture Book: Unspotted Bugs Slides | Video

Picture Book: Stevie and the Big Project Slides | Video

Optional Activity: Marble Run Guide

Journaling

Journals are also useful as scratch paper for building, debugging, and strategizing. Journals can become a fantastic resource for referencing previous answers when struggling with more complex problems. 

Think Spot Journal Handout

Debugging

From beginners to professionals, debugging is an essential yet often underrated practice. It is likely that you will spend most of your "coding" time actually fixing bugs! Debugging Guide Handout

How do computer games work? Video

 

What are computer bugs? Video

   

Collect

 
   

 

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