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This week the Digital Leaders and Helpers have been learning how to fill in their game board pathway and background. The boards really have started to look good – next time we will be adding the text and clipart.
This term the digital leaders and helpers are making board games with an esafety message. We started by designing our board pathway on a paper grid and then transferring that on to Textease, by using the grid pattern and snapping the lines to the dots. Next time we will be adding a coloured background and … Continue reading
This week the digital leaders used the images they had saved from Pixabay in the last lesson and put them into a poster using Textease. This was the first time that they had to navigate through their files to find the images and add them to their work. It took a little bit of practice … Continue reading
This week the Digital Leaders and Helpers have been learning how to add text to their Esafety board games, so they can teach this to the rest of their class during their lessons this week. It was a little bit harder than it first looked but everyone was pleased with how their game board looked … Continue reading
This week the Digital Leaders started the process of drawing out their esafety board games on to the computer using Textease. We used the snap to grid function so that it was easy to copy the board that we had drawn the week before. We filled all the squares with colours and then picked some … Continue reading
We have seen the teachers use presentations and wanted to know how to make some for ourselves. Textease Presenter is an easy children’s version of MS Powerpoint and it didn’t take us long to make a presentation about our favourite things. We are looking forward to teaching our classes how to do them.
This week we learnt how to use Textease Branch to make a ‘Guess Who’ style game. You selected all your items (which all had something in common – like animals, or sports etc) then you input questions that had a yes or no answer and split the items into their correct group. When you had … Continue reading