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Computer science basics for Kindergarten.

Launch Pad
Students build foundational knowledge of computer basics to support them in the beginning of their computer science journey.
K.1 What is a Computer?
K.2 Computer Devices
K.3 Hardware
K.4 Software
K.5 Computer Navigation
K.6 Identifying Computer Problems
K.7 Pattern Decoding
K.8 The Internet
K.9 Technology in Our Lives
K.10 Kindness and Empathy
K.11 Be Respectful
K.12 Be Responsible
K.13 When Technology Causes Big Feelings
K.14 Decision Making
K.15 Private vs Public Information
K.16 Passwords and Logging Out
K.17 Giving Credit to Others
K.18 Digital Footprint
K.19 Algorithms Introduction
K.20 Algorithms Review
K.21 Debugging
K.22 Algorithm Mazes
K.23 Computational Thinking
K.24 Introduction to Flight Training
K.25 Project 1: Dance Party
K.26 Project 2: Shapes
K.27 Project 3: Create a Story
K.28 Data in Patterns
K.29 Pizza Data
K.30 Recess Data
K.31 Sorting Data
K.32 Weather Data
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Skill Struck Reviews

Having a mapped out, structured way to learn and experience the Computer Science curriculum really freed up time for me to give students one-on-one attention. It also gave me more opportunities to give the students additional programming assignments to help them understand the concepts better.

Scott Couch
CS Teacher, Maeser Prep Academy

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Dillon Gilpin
High School CS Teacher,
Duchesne County School District

All of the content is fun and engaging for our students! Regarding the support and partnership, they are always on top of everything. Small issues are resolved quickly, and that is not typical with other EdTech companies.

Donna Woods
CTE Cyber Pathway Instructor,
Moreno Valley United School District