Junior Technology Projects
TechnoKids Junior Computer Curriculum is a collection of technology projects. Each project includes a teacher guide, workbook and customizable resource files. Computer lessons are project based and have students apply technology to make learning meaningful.
Discover wonders online. Take an e-journey. Learn internet safety, search strategies, research skills, and more!
Produce a digital story using Movie Maker. Collaborate with peers to modernize a nursery rhyme.
Projects for Grades 3-5. Integrate technology to create publications, presentations, and more.
Increase candy sales. Organize and graph data in Excel. Analyze findings. Report solution using Word.
Construct a web page for kids using a Microsoft Word template. Include pictures, hyperlinks, and animations.
Discover the identity of an Egyptian mummy. Study artifacts to learn about class, beliefs, and interests.
Write a travel news article with Microsoft Word. Edit a photo to place yourself "on the scene".
Embark on a Medieval quest! Create a shield, solve riddles, design a quiz, and become anointed as a Knight!
Plan and execute a bake sale with the help of Excel. Organize, graph and calculate survey data.
Create an animated story using PowerPoint. Star in the adventure about an imaginary place.
Create an informative presentation on a prominent figure with these easy to use PowerPoint lesson plans.
Compose poetry to create a Pocketful of Poems book in Microsoft Word. Share with others in a poetry reading.
Raise awareness about endangered species. Research an animal and report the facts using Microsoft Word.
Lesson plans contain computer-based activities designed for elementary students.
TechnoKids was the best investment I could have ever made for my Computer Applications' Classes. These units provide instruction for all of the software programs that students need to be successful in junior high, high school, and beginning of college. The instructions are well-stated and the examples given are extremely helpful in carrying out the projects. The students can work ahead on their own or if out for an absence, they can easily follow directions on their own to proceed
Starkville Academy, MS, USA