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The tasks of Digiadventurers 

Teaching groups often have very different ICT and media skills and a varying amount of experience with information technology devices. In digital adventure, you can progress one world at a time around the theme chosen by the teacher. The following classifications help you find a pedagogically justified task for the age group of your teaching group.

You can go straight to the adventure map task by pressing the title of the stories or tasks below or by selecting a task from the adventure map.

Tasks can be done in the order of the adventure map or freely chosen

In the stories you can proceed in a numerical order. 

Fifth and sixth graders benefit from free information retrieval in the”Explore yourself " sections.

The tasks are numbered according to the adventure map of grades 5-6. You can access the order of your age group from the Information for the teacher section.

Mouse skills


Let's learn: basic computer mouse information, position, different pointer shapes 

Duration 20 min.

Practice: Practicing different clicks

Duration 10 min.

Keyboard skills



Let's learn: the different sections of the keyboard


Duration 5-15 min.



Let's learn: the names of the keys


Duration 5 min.




Practice: using characters such as exclamation mark, question mark, dot

Duration 5 min.

Word processing skills

Equipment use and data management

Practice basic computer user concepts such as address bar, search box, web page

Duration 10 min.

Let's get to know: computer parts

10 min.

Get to know: computer components and their functions

20 min.

Get to know: the concept of the Internet

10 min.

27. invitation to Llama's Party

Practice: use fonts that are suitable for invitations and creatively produce texts for different purposes

Duration 45 min.

28. Write a job application

Get to know the basic model of a job application and make an imaginary summer job application

duration 45 min.

29. Write an information text

Practice: write the text according to the model

duration 45 min.

Email and search engines


Search engine skills
• use of search engines and keywords
• Search results evaluation and criticality
• copying text and images from a web page
• Edit search results
• respect for copyright



Email skills
• title fields
• Body email processing
• Receive a message
• sending a message to the specified address
• attachment
• Reply to a message
• message printing


The Internet as a tool for work and study