Microsoft Office 2016 for Kids
Understanding and using Microsoft® Word, Publisher, Excel, Paint and Power Point is commonplace in today's school and work world, and as parents we want to ensure our children are competent with these valuable office applications. Self-pacing, the 34 lessons begin with an introduction to Microsoft® office applications, including a brief explanation of the different versions available, right and left mouse "clicks" and keyboard shortcuts, before initiating the project-based lessons. Each lesson includes background information, project descriptions_1, step by step instructions to complete the project, a practice day, lesson review and a planning for our next lesson section if necessary. sc, 261 pgs.
Lessons are to be completed at your child's pace, although I anticipate most children will need one week per lesson. Skills covered include: taking apart a computer, writing a friendly letter in Word, making envelopes in Word and Publisher, making a reading log in Excel, drawing with the computer in Publisher, painting with the computer in Paint, creating an outline in Word, Skittles® chart in Excel, PowerPoint presentations, making a business budget in Excel and much more. Black & white illustrations and screenshots. Worth mentioning, some activities include text in color but due to the black and white printing, these appear in various degrees of gray. Appendix and Index. ~ Deanne
A 34-week course that teaches elementary and middle school kids computer Microsoft Office 2016/365 productivity skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Publisher. It can be used in the classroom or at home. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations for each of the 33 projects are provided, along with review questions and 1 day of practice after each lesson.