Free Remote Learning Resource – Animated Story Unit

Download a free remote learning resource. At TechnoKids, we understand that this is a challenging time for teachers. You’re trying to figure out remote learning, keep students who are at home engaged, and find suitable lessons and materials. We’re here to help.

remote learning resource
free remote learning resource

TechnoKids has a unique, first-time-ever offer to kickstart #remote learning
– a FREE project!

Just until April 30, you can download the complete TechnoToon project. It includes digital storytelling lessons in which students create an animated comic strip using Google Slides or PowerPoint. The worksheets have step-by-step instructions to support learners.

How Do I Get the Free Project?

Don’t miss out – get it here now as a digital download:

  1. Add it to your cart.
  2. Start the checkout process.
  3. Click SUBMIT.
  4. You should get a message to visit the Library to download TechnoToon.
  5. Your username and password is the SAME one you used to place the order.
  6. Read the Getting Started instructions.

Remote Learning and TechnoKids

Here are a few more resources to help with online learning:

Google Classroom: Assign lessons using TechnoKids worksheets. Students can view instructions, by opening the file in the web browser window. If you want them to type in the worksheets they will require a free Chrome extension such as Kami or XODO.

Class Notebook: Create a OneNote Class Notebook that includes TechnoKids worksheets. Attach resources such as templates and samples. This is a simple way to assign and grade submitted work.

Keep in touch, and let us know how we can help you. For safety, we are also working remotely. Email us at support@technokids.com.

Christa Love

About Christa Love

Christa Love, Vice President - Christa Love has a passion for education and technology. A graduate from Brock University she has an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Child Development, Bachelor of Education in Primary and Junior divisions, and Masters of Education in the area of Curriculum Studies. Her work at TechnoKids Inc. began more than twenty years ago as an instructor at a local learning center. Since that time she has operated the summer camp program, taught at the research and development center at John Knox Christian School, trained educators throughout the province on issues related to technology integration, and overseen the curriculum development of hundreds of technology projects. In recent years, Christa has become the vice president of TechnoKids Inc.