How can you protect yourself from online identity theft? Using Nearpod, we’ll distinguish between personal and private information. Then, we’ll discuss the importance of keeping your private information safe.
Begin learning the basics of Scratch by programming a sprite to dance on a stage. You’ll start by creating a profile. Once your profile is complete, click on the Create button at the top of the screen. Then, follow the Getting Started with Scratch Tutorial. Feel free to free explore the other coding blocks if you have extra time. Click on the picture below to get started.
Create a slideshow about the extreme weather topic you researched using Google Slides. Your slideshow should include slides for: causes, damage, safety, and interesting facts about the type of severe weather. Each slide should have at least one picture and text to go with it. As an extension, you can add animations and a brief video . Use the checklist you’re given to keep track of your progress.
Run and jump into coding! Sprite Box is a game-based coding app which is a mix of exploration and coding. By giving Sprite programs of instructions to follow, you can advance through unique worlds and help free Sprite’s bottled-up friends. You’ll have the option of using icon-based coding or real Java syntax. Have fun!
Practice keyboarding by using the Keyboarding without Tears program. Your teacher will show you how to get started. You can practice keyboarding with this program on either a computer or iPad. Click the picture below to log in:
To use this program at home, the PIN code is C04-38B. You will need your passcode.