List of websites to support Technologies online

Website Link Description 
Kodu A simple programming game from Microsoft, teaching coding and ICT skills through fun games design challenges. 
Beebot App (TTS) -bot/id500131639 An app based on the Beebot resource. Encourages early programming skills. 
Daisy the Dinosaur App sy-the-dinosaur/id490514278 A free app which introduces coding to 5-7 year olds. 
Hopscotch Programming Tool (App) Teaches children how to code to make their own games. 
Tynker 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 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 pt/article/free-educational-content- minecraft-marketplace- Free computer game which encourages building and creativity. 
Typing Club Series of typing lessons with linked activities to practise taught skills. 
Blockly Games Games to support learning of computer programming skills. Fun and free! 
Scratch ects/games/ Creative computer programming activities. 
Be Internet Legends https://beinternetawesome.withgo 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 Provides teaching points about online safety for all ages of 
learners. Typing practice games. 
Nessy Fingers s/promo/ 
(Link to free game) 
Free typing game. 
BBC Dance Mat Typing ics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr Requires a keyboard. A fun way for children to develop typing 
Raspberry Pi Coding activities and games. Has 
projects for learners to undertake. 
Mr P ICT -the-curriculum.html Lots of ideas to support primary 
ICT learning. 
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