Mrs. Davis' Class

Websites to Explore

  • Browser Books provides on-line PowerPoint type books where children read a story and click the arrow to turn the page.

  • Bubble Wrap is just what it says- imagine! Virtual Bubble Wrap. You must use your mouse to pop the individual bubbles.

  • Color Boxes - Headmouse, hands-free mouse, adaptive mice, camera mouse, alternative mice, or alternative input device, any mouse user is welcome to practice mouse skills!

  • Cursor Moving tutorial is designed to help people who have never used a computer before. We will concentrate on using the mouse and a few other basic skills.

  • Find The Animal or Find the Vegetable (Papunet Games) provides pictures that respond when you click the mouse (or switch). You can choose “Settings” after choosing the activity to adjust the frequency of visual obstructions.

  • Fireworks is exactly what it says it is. Click the o mouse and you will be rewarded with virtual fireworks.

  • Imagination ... fun motivation to use a mouse as color and shapes follow your mouse movement.

  • Jacob's Lessons starts with real basic mouse skill development to adding some matching skills, to working with opposites and prepositions. Very basic skill development with simple, clear graphics and encouraging prompts.

  • Danbury, Connecticut Schools has a Kindergarten page with a nice little section on building mouse skills. The activities are provided in a simple format that keeps you calm and focused. Entertaining!

  • Larry's Master the Mouse teaches the movements of teh mouse, clicking, double clicking and more. It has games and drills to help teach the mouse with animation and sounds.

  • Man in the Dark may not be for all as it is pretty weird! Weird and addictive, use your mouse / touch screen to move and watch the man loop and twist around the screen. Clicking once with the mouse begins a repeating animated sequence of more and more men, clicking again returns you to just one.

  • Mouse Program provides simple (but not too young) activities for learning how to use all aspects of the mouse.

  • Mousing Around provides games that provide clicking at different levels.

  • Online jigsaw puzzles helps to learn mouse control, it's educational and good fun. Use your mouse to drag the jigsaw pieces to form the picture. You are able to upload your own pictures.

  • PRTV is a great little interactive playhouse for all ages. Makes you work that mouse!

  • Singing Horses is a great simple program that even adults will have fun with!