Loose Leaves is a way you can publish text on the web without any sign in. Simply go to the site, write what you want and share the address of your page with the people you want to see it. You can return to the page to edit it later. Here's an example page. A good way to self-publish stories and link them to a website.
A collection of videos explaining how to do things on the computer. Children can email parents with a link to any of the videos. Learn how to share big files, how to take a screenshot, create an online calendar, etc.
Create four-dimensional multimedia stories overlaying images, sound & video onto maps. Great for a new way of recording recollections of school trips: Meograph
Sending an email, a facebook or Twitter message is very different to speaking to someone face to face. At times we might forget to be as polite and as thoughtful of people's feelings as we would be if we could see their reaction to our words. Its important that children are taught online etiquette as soon as they embark on online communication. Check 'email etiquette' at ThinkUKnow.
For those long Autumn nights, why not try out Stykz - a stick figure animation programme. We'll be using it in Y6 in ICT sessions and you can use it at home too.
Wordle is a visual arrangement of words that's useful for vocabulary lists or displays. Like this one.
Make your own Wordle by typing words into the box below.
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