Technology Tuesday #4 ~ Computer, keyboard and peripheral information for children

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Papa Steve is a software engineer, ie computer programmer, and Koko has been very interested in what he does at work. Recently Papa started teaching Koko how to program on a simple, and free, Linux program called KTurtle.

In a bid to help Koko, and the other children, learn the correct PC jargon, I decided to download a few resources to make the learning process easier. My children are all visual learners to a certain extent, so this is working well.
ICT topic word cards
ICT topic word cards

Computer keyboard sheets
Computer keyboard sheets

ICT resource labels
ICT resource labels

I will ask Papa Steve to do a write up on exactly what he is doing with Koko during the lessons. Programming is definitely not one of my strong suits.

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