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Hi all! I teach Computing across different schools and often get asked for more interactive resources - so that's what I made. Most resources you will find on here are interactive activities for the children to complete, either on their own device or as a interactive whiteboard activity! Please feel free to send requests or for variations of things found in my shop.

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Hi all! I teach Computing across different schools and often get asked for more interactive resources - so that's what I made. Most resources you will find on here are interactive activities for the children to complete, either on their own device or as a interactive whiteboard activity! Please feel free to send requests or for variations of things found in my shop.
Create\Make Your Own Lowry Digital Painting  - KS1
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Create\Make Your Own Lowry Digital Painting - KS1

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Create your very own Lowry style paintings in EYFS and KS1. Drag and drop buildings that have been individually recreated in the Lowry style to create your city scene. Then populate your city with drag and drop Lowry people. Finally, you can print out your paintings straight from this PowerPoint file on any size up to and including A3. Suitable for use on the interactive whiteboard as part of continuous provision or on laptops/desktops as an individual digital art activity.
Create\Make Your Own Lowry Painting Digitally - KS2
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Create\Make Your Own Lowry Painting Digitally - KS2

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Create your very own Lowry style paintings in KS2 digitally. Copy and paste buildings that have been individually recreated in the Lowry style to create your city scene. Then populate your city with Lowry people. Teach yourself and your children more about layers and perspective by using PowerPoint's send backwards/forwards and resize tools. Finally, you can print out your paintings straight from this PowerPoint file on any size up to and including A3. A perfect activity to group model on the interactive whiteboard and then to be used on laptops/desktops as an individual digital art activity.
Create Your Own Aliens
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Create Your Own Aliens

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Create your own aliens in this drag and drop PowerPoint file. Choose from four different coloured bodies and six different body shapes. Then, customize them with various eyes, antennas, mouths and legs. Get your children to try and remake some of the pre-made aliens on the home page or simply let them get creative. Challenge them further by getting them to focus on number and shape. E.g. Create an alien with a mouth shaped like a pentagon, give it 5 eyes and 4 legs.
Create your own World War 2 Propaganda Posters - PowerPoint/Artrage - Fully Resourced
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Create your own World War 2 Propaganda Posters - PowerPoint/Artrage - Fully Resourced

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Creating posters can be a relatively easy thing to do. Sometimes, we want to delve a little deeper and create dramatic looking posters. This involves teaching the children vital Computing/ICT skills across not just one program but several. Use this step-by-step picture guide to create WW2 Propaganda posters. This activity uses tools from across two software programs: PowerPoint and Artrage (A free art program). The download link for Artrage is attached. If you aren't able to use Artrage, then you can use the 10 painted backgrounds that are included in this purchase.
French - I like food - Interactive Whiteboard Game
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French - I like food - Interactive Whiteboard Game

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This is an interactive PowerPoint game for use in French. It lets you choose an item of food and then you have to decide if you like that food or not. Selecting like/dislike will take you to another slide which contains the french sentence. E.g. 'I like apples' - 'J’aime les pommes'. Another button from here will take you back to the food select slide, ready to choose another food item.
Dinosaurs - Computing Internet Research Skills - 2 Lesson mini unit - Year 1 & 2
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Dinosaurs - Computing Internet Research Skills - 2 Lesson mini unit - Year 1 & 2

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Two lessons to teach young children how to access and retrieve basic information from a specific website based on dinosaurs. Contains lesson outlines for each of the sessions and both set of printable worksheets The 2 lessons are outlined as follows: Lesson 1 – Navigating a specific website to find the names of dinosaurs. Lesson 2 – Retrieving information about the lengths of different dinosaurs and then ordering them.
GUIDE - How to create an Anglo-Saxon house in Sketchup 8 (3D printer friendly)
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GUIDE - How to create an Anglo-Saxon house in Sketchup 8 (3D printer friendly)

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Create a 3D Anglo-Saxon house in Sketchup 8 with this 24 page step-by-step, picture guide. Perfect for those with very little experience in 3D modelling or using Sketchup and has been designed to be 3D printer ready. If you are looking to get into 3D printing in your school, please feel free to contact me and I'll point you in the right direction. *Sketchup is free to download and can be easily installed by network administrators.
Aliens - Create, make and build your own space aliens!
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Aliens - Create, make and build your own space aliens!

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Create your own aliens in this drag and drop PowerPoint file. Choose from four different coloured bodies and six different body shapes. Then, customize them with various eyes, antennas, mouths and legs. Get your children to try and remake some of the pre-made aliens on the home page or simply let them get creative. Challenge them further by getting them to focus on number and shape. E.g. Create an alien with a mouth shaped like a pentagon, give it 5 eyes and 4 legs.
Create Your Own Queen - Computing activity for KS1
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Create Your Own Queen - Computing activity for KS1

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Create your own Queen in this Computing PowerPoint activity for KS1. Teach your children how to insert, resize and rotate shapes in addition to changing their outline colour and fill coulr. Use the premade shape templates to help you and then drag and drop the shapes to create the picture of the Queen.
GUIDE - How to make a head in Sculptris - 3D modelling and printing
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GUIDE - How to make a head in Sculptris - 3D modelling and printing

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Using the free program Sculptris, teach your children how to sculpt organically in 3D. This is ideal for first time Sculptris users who have never done any 3D modelling - The step-by-step picture guide will show you exactly what and where to click and what each of your settings should look like. Also included is a download link to a Sculptris file that teaches children how to use the camera tools effectively to find 8 hidden numbers. Build on this basic model by creating self portraits, famous people, old/young topics etc.