This is a really cool and fun example of how learning about safety on-line doesn't have to be scare tactics and more scare tactics. Base more learning materials for ALL AGES on this format, it's much nicer. Wild About Safety with Timon and Pumbaa: Safety Smart® Online.
Microsoft Corp. has teamed up with Code.org, the nonprofit that offers free programming tools for kids, to bring its best-selling personal-computer game Minecraft to the group’s popular Hour of Code tutorials.
This is an article all about different games and apps to help children learn to type on a computer. I love this particular site because it can be performed at school or home. There is also something for everyone on this site.
Printable Scratch coding worksheet for kids! Taken from Carol Vorderman's Computer Coding Scratch Games Made Easy, packed with simple instructions and graphics to break down coding with Scratch so kids learn all the code they need.
Over the past 20 years, I have conducted thousands of interviews with kids and their families, I have learned about the power and perils of digital media. I have heard from families about their use of computer, console, handheld, online, smartphone, and tablet-based video games. But one game has stood out as the most popular and compelling game for children with ADHD: Minecraft. Why does Minecraft appeal so much to children with ADHD?