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Digital Citizenship Survival Kit - ThingLink

Anticipatory set for our team-wide Digital Citizenship day via ThingLink TOUCH this image: Digital Citizenship Survival Kit by K.

What do fruit, turtles, peanut butter and jelly, treasure maps, monsters and beads have to do with coding? Offline games for learning coding Unplugged!

Did you know that kids can learn about coding offline? Super fun unplugged games to play are found in this homeschool unit study coding list. <--- I love the idea of using activities offline before diving online.

Homeschool Unit Study, Coding Games. Learn while playing games.

Try this Homeschool Unit Study on Coding Games to Play for a fun learning experience. More coding posts as well!

Avatars - 27 of the best avatar makers from Mashable

Avatar creator Meez is back in the news this week, but there are dozens more avatar creation tools gunning for this market.

Hey you're copying me! Have you ever heard the righteous cry of indignation in your classroom when a student thinks their hard work is being copied by someone else? If so, that's a good thing because you can use it when teaching kids why and how to cite their sources when writing a report. From Learning Engineer Blog

This is an introductory lesson on citing sources meant for elementary students. It is a simplified version of the MLA style not the exact MLA style. Please do not ding this for accuracy : ) The How To Cite Sources contains: