Presentation on theme: "Computer terms you should know at the end of Kindergarten,"— Presentation transcript:
1Computer terms you should know at the end of Kindergarten, K-2 TerminologyComputer terms you should know at the end of Kindergarten,First and Second Grade
2Kindergarten Terminology Clickto select by pressinga button on a mouse
3Kindergarten Terminology DragTo click on an item and move it across the screen, while holding down on the left mouse button
4Kindergarten Terminology Cont. DiskStorage device allows us to store documents to work on another computer
5Kindergarten Terminology Cont. DragTo move the mouse while its button is being depressed
6Kindergarten Terminology Cont. IconA small picture on the desktop or taskbar, which represents a program or task that it will complete
7Kindergarten Terminology Cont. Double ClickTo click the mouse two times quickly to open a program
81st Grade Terminology Cont. The first screen you see containing the program iconsDesktop
91st Grade Terminology Cont. MenuA box which opens when you clicked on and gives you options
101st Grade Terminology Cont. Menu BarA bar at the top of the program currently being used, displaying the title of each menu
111st Grade Terminology Cont. SpaceThe act of pressing the spacebar in order to separate individual words or numbers
121st Grade Terminology Cont. Shut DownTo end a program or turn off a computer
131st Grade Terminology Cont. DeleteTo eliminate text
141st Grade Terminology Cont. SaveTo permanently keep a document or other work either on the CPU or a CD/Floppy diskSAVE YOUR WORK!
151st Grade Terminology Cont. DocumentsWork created in a software program, often a letter or a paragraph.
161st Grade Terminology Cont. TextABCAny combination of words or letters entered by a keyboardABCABCABCABC
171st Grade Terminology Cont. Folderway of organizing documents or program icons
181st Grade Terminology Cont. 2Double SpaceTo add two spaces between text.
191st Grade Terminology Cont. Bar at the bottom of the screen that is currently being used, displaying the title of each menu.Task Bar
202nd Grade Terminology Cont. HighlightI can use the COMPUTER.To drag your mouse over an area in order to delete, copy or bring attention to text
212nd Grade Terminology Cont. I am using the TAB key to begin a new paragraph.The TAB key is located above the Caps Lock key.You will press the TAB button by using your pinky finger.To indent a paragraph.