Coding

Lessons using coding and computational thinking. Mostly offline examples which do no require computers.

Binary #MicDropMath Cards

Binary #MicDropMath Cards

There are five versions of the Binary #MicDropMath Cards below. To perform the Binary #MicDropMath, print out page one of the binary number cards. (NOTE: You only need to print these double-sided to include page ...

Binary #MicDropMath Patterns

The Binary #MicDropMath Patterns lesson can be used to help students recognize patterns, understand how to make multiple hypotheses in science and math, and understand the importance of basing claims on more data rather than ...

Checkerboard Coding Game

Use arrows with Velcro dots and code to insects or small animals. Checkerboard games from Dollar Tree make this a great #STEMontheCheap game ...
Checkerboard Coding Game (with arrow colors to match Code & Go Robot Mouse)

Checkerboard Coding Game (with arrow colors to match Code & Go Robot Mouse)

Materials $1 Checkboard Game 2-4 Ping-Pong Balls $1 Plastic Animals Googly Eyes (optional but highly recommended) Glue Dots or tape Copies of Command Cards and Robot Base Key Question Can you use simple commands to ...

Human Computers – Creative Message Communication

Believe it or not, there is a five-letter word encoded in the cards shown in the image. Start with lessons on the binary number system. Then, learn how computers use parity bits for error detection ...
Three Little Pigs Coding Story / La historia de la codificación de Los Tres Cerditos

Three Little Pigs Coding Story / La historia de la codificación de Los Tres Cerditos

Use the classic Three Little Pigs story to let young learners engage with coding and computational thinking skills. Utilice la historia clásica de Los tres cerditos para que los jóvenes estudiantes se involucren con la ...

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