- Learning how to code at Codecademy :
- Making amazing animations at the Scratch website while learning to code:
Restricting Children’s Time on the Computer : including more about Scratch
- Making a 3D animation using Alice:
Using an innovative programming environment to support the creation of 3D animations, the Alice Project provides tools and materials for teaching and learning computational thinking, problem solving, and computer programming across a spectrum of ages and grade levels.
- Learning the principles of computer game design at Gamestar Mechanic:
Learning the Principles of Computer Game Design
- Creating a free blog with Blogger: Designing a blog, creating blog headers, writing posts, being part of a community.
- Uploading their latest challenges to the DIY website:
- Movie making: editing videos using Movie Maker:
- .Uploading their movies to Youtube.
- Watching videos:
classic mini-series and movies, operas and ballets, science and history and travel documentaries, music and art,’ how to’ and so many other videos on Youtube.
- Editing their photos using the Picmonkey website:
- Making collages, or slideshows with their photos, complete with music tracks at Kizoa.
Make slideshows of photos, videos with Effects, Text, Music
Make still or animated collages & Ecards with templates or create freely
Masterly edit photos with amazing filters, effects, frames
- Making comics using Comic Life
- Making cool comic strips using Strip Generator
- Making comics and cartoons using Toondoo
brainstorming ideas, thinking creatively and improving their memories
- Playing maths and strategy games at Cool Math Games
- Listening to a Catholic Laboratory Podcast
- Planning their next NaNoWriMo novel or editing the last one
- Looking at some famous works of art and adding to their online art collection at Google Art Project
- Making puzzles of all their favourite works of art using Jigsaw Puzzle Lite: