List of websites to support Technologies online

Website Link Description 
Kodu https://www.kodugamelab.com/ A simple programming game from Microsoft, teaching coding and ICT skills through fun games design challenges. 
Beebot App (TTS) https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/bee -bot/id500131639 An app based on the Beebot resource. Encourages early programming skills. 
Daisy the Dinosaur App https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/dai sy-the-dinosaur/id490514278 A free app which introduces coding to 5-7 year olds. 
Hopscotch Programming Tool (App) https://www.gethopscotch.com/ Teaches children how to code to make their own games. 
Tynker https://www.tynker.com/  https://mailchi.mp/tynker/in- support-of-schools-facing-health- related-closure Free if school is closed Tynker is an educational programming platform aimed at teaching children how to make games and programs. 
Thinkuknow https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/par ents/Support-tools/home-activity- worksheets/ As well as general learning resources to support children with learning about online safety, Thinkuknow have produced home learning activities for this topic. 
Minecraft https://education.minecraft.net/ https://www.minecraft.net/pt- pt/article/free-educational-content- minecraft-marketplace- Free computer game which encourages building and creativity. 
Typing Club https://www.typingclub.com/ Series of typing lessons with linked activities to practise taught skills. 
Blockly Games https://blockly.games/ Games to support learning of computer programming skills. Fun and free! 
Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/explore/proj ects/games/ Creative computer programming activities. 
Be Internet Legends https://beinternetawesome.withgo ogle.com/en_uk/interland Google’s internet safety programme. The Interland games teach about online safety in a fun and engaging way. 
Barefoot Computing https://www.barefootcomputing.or g/primary-computing-resources Barefoot Computing have a range of both online and offline activities linked to computing. The offline activities are ideal for learners 
with limited access to technology. 
Think You Know https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk Provides teaching points about online safety for all ages of 
learners. 
Typing.com www.typing.com Typing practice games. 
Nessy Fingers https://www.nessy.com/nessyfinger s/promo/ 
(Link to free game) 
Free typing game. 
BBC Dance Mat Typing https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/top ics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr Requires a keyboard. A fun way for children to develop typing 
skills. 
Raspberry Pi https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en Coding activities and games. Has 
projects for learners to undertake. 
Mr P ICT https://www.mrpict.com/enhancing -the-curriculum.html Lots of ideas to support primary 
ICT learning. 
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