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Third graders learn the names of various computer parts and how to use a mouse to maneuver items on the screen.
Fourth graders may do Internet research and use various types of software to complete activities that build on their classroom learning.
By the end of fifth grade, your child should demonstrate advanced keyboarding skills to edit her work.
Kindergartners use computers to kick-start learning in math, social studies, and reading.
When first graders use technology in the classroom, they start using a keyboard and master terms like menu, file, save, and quit.
Your second-grader will learn to use technology tools like clip art, email, and even simple graphing software.
How you can help at home: Your child will learn to create his own family comic book. This activity builds writing and computer skills.
How you can help at home: Here is a fun activity to build your child's technology and reading skills.