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Looking for a way to get your coding classes to actually understand and write their own code, rather than just copy out code? These Scratch lessons plans and activities are not just step by step tutorials, but cover programming concepts in details such as IF statements, loops, variables etc…. Questions in the worksheet also expect students to look at their created scratch blocks and explain how and why they work as well as how and why they can be modified. (Answer key included for questions). My
This digital student workbook teaches students the basics of block based programming in Scratch 3.0. This workbook is very easy to use by both teachers and students. As students work through the booklet they build up their skills in programming quickly and efficiently. This is not just a guide of how to use the software, but also key questions of how concepts work and why they work the way they do. Very effective to develop computational thinking. Each worksheet in this booklet also includes I C
Let your students become familiar with Scratch Programming before they even use the software. Students are given a maze with symbols on them. They have to choose the correct Scratch blocks to guide the cat sprite to the end of the maze. Each maze gets progressively harder. Digital Scratch mazes have also been provided. Take a look at the preview file for a more indepth look. These are ideal for the ISTE Standard of Computational Thinking How this resource can be used: Unplugged CodingIntroductio
Begin your introduction to coding with Scratch blocks with these unplugged coding activities. Using these 4 activities students will have a hands on opportunity to understand the role of each different coding block. They will learn how to build an algorithm and what each color block means. These unplugged activities are perfect to introduce teachers into the world of coding without having to turn on a device!Activity 1: Getting to know Scratch blocks relayLearning Objective: Students will be ab
7 detailed Google Slide Shows that provide step-by-step guidance to students learning how to code using Scratch. The editable slide shows include embedded videos to better illustrate how the programs should be functioning at various steps. Each slideshow is a different unit of study centered on a fundamental coding concept. In each unit, students create programs and are then given prompts to demonstrate their learning by adding on to the program. BONUS: My Hour of Code Activity and Scratch Codin
Full lesson, student activities, and an easy-to-follow lesson plan. It's time to teach the children how to code with Scratch. In this lesson, students learn all about the Scratch interface. They learn how to log in and get started, what all of the parts of the interface are and how they work. They also begin to explore movement and how the sprite moves around coordinates within a cartesian plane. There are two different fun activities that students can complete that will improve and consolidate
7 detailed PowerPoints that provide step-by-step guidance to students learning how to code using Scratch. The editable presentations include embedded videos to better illustrate how the programs should be functioning at various steps. Each PowerPoint is a different unit of study centered on a fundamental coding concept. In each unit students create programs and are then given prompts to demonstrate their learning by adding on to the program. BONUS: My Hour of Code Activity and Scratch Coding Cha
This unit has been updated to support the latest version of Scratch 3.2 - available online or as an app. July 2020Every PowerPoint presentation, planning document, and worksheet has been updated.This complete, fun, 7 lesson unit of work introduces students to the interactive world of Scratch programming using drag-and-drop coding.Students produce interactive games and animations.All planning, presentations, assessment and activities are provided as well as example projects.Thanks for checking ou
Looking for a bunch of coding activities? Check out this Scratch 3 lesson plan bundle that includes worksheets, activities, rubrics, a step-by-step guide and walkthrough video. Learners build a project that focuses on the core concepts of branching, iteration and user input. What is the product?A combination of worksheets and online learning activities that promote the concepts of Branching, Iteration and User Input in the Australian Curriculum.What materials are needed?ComputerInternet accessPr
Do you have flexible seating in your class? Are you struggling with how to "assign" seats for Meet the Teacher night without having upset kids and parents when some students get "fun" seats and some don't? Here are a couple of fun ideas for how to implement a random "seat lottery" during Open House to ensure fun and fairness! This could also be used for teachers who have regular seating and want to add a fun element to their Meet The Teacher night as well!This resource includes two options:Techn
This activity pack contains five Christmas themed coding activities which can be used by students aged 8 to 14 years. Students learn about sequence, selection and iteration, as well as how to use variables and arrays. All instructions on how to develop the code using Scratch 3.0 have been included, as well as several challenges for each activity. The pack is 35 pages.Activity 1 - Decorating the living room ready for Christmas - Make the Christmas decorations sparkle!Activity 2 - Dancing Santa -
Expand your bunch of coding activities with this Scratch programming project. Learners will build a Scratch project to Animate their Name with User Input. Video demo and step-by-step guide are included. What is the product?A combination of worksheets and online learning activities that promote the concept of User Input in the Australian Curriculum.These worksheets for one-third of the Animate Your Name BundleWhat materials are needed?ComputerInternet accessPrinterWhat is included in this resourc
Engage your students in fun coding activities for elementary students. These Scratch Jr Match Cards, match the coding block to its action. It is a great unplugged coding activity for the classroom. These Match Cards are the perfect offline coding activity for when you want to do coding activities without a computer. They are perfect to get students familiar with the coding blocks and engages their logical process as they try to look at the computer and consider what it does. I used them as an i
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Students are provided with an existing program that already has some starter code in place. All of the code is explained, and students add on to the program to complete the game. They create algorithms using underlying concepts such as variables, conditionals, loops, and functions. The Google Slideshow includes 17 short embedded videos to better illustrate key points. The activity has been designed to take about an hour. The goal is for students to create something fairly advanced within a short
Students are provided with an existing program that already has some starter code in place. All of the code is explained, and students add on to the program to complete the game. They create algorithms using underlying concepts such as variables, conditionals, loops, and functions. The PowerPoint includes 17 short embedded videos to better illustrate key points. The activity has been designed to take about an hour. The goal is for students to create something fairly advanced within a short time
1 x Halloween Algorithm Coding Activity Design a game on paper and transform your idea onto Scratch Jnr. to make your game come alive. It is a lot of fun!
In this Scratch Jr video you can follow along with the step by step instructions and create your first mini programme, launching a rocket and learning lots of essential skills along the way!
Scratch Programming Lesson Plan Bundle includes all FOUR of my Scratch Lesson Plans a savings of over 15%! In total you will have at least seven class periods worth of lessons and possibly more depending on the age! I have used these lesson plans in my 1st - 4th grade computer lab, and they are all a big hit! I have also used these lessons during Hour of Code week in my computer class.Each Lesson Plan Includes★ Objective Display Cards★ Standard Display Cards★ 3 Formats of Lesson Plans! (Overview
Teach your students how to code with engaging lessons using the free SCRATCH program. Designed for teachers and students who have little to no coding experience. Lessons, activities and assessments cover all standards from grade 1-8. Perfect for higher grades new to coding!It contains activities that require students to use and develop their Knowledge, Application, Thinking, and Communication skills in a way that will prepare them for success in the future.This unit is part of our Grade 7 ENTIRE
You will receive 12 detailed PowerPoints that provide step-by-step guidance to students learning how to code using Scratch 3.0. The lessons include embedded videos to better illustrate how the programs should be functioning at various steps. Each lesson ends with a culminating activity with a rubric for students to demonstrate their learning. There is also a website resource for students with support material for each lesson. The final project includes guidelines, a rubric, and a reflection assi
This is a BUNDLE of monthly Scratch Jr lesson plans for lower elementary (Kindergarten - 2nd) students to create 10 different projects. Prior to teaching this lesson, a basic familiarity of Scratch Jr is encouraged, but not necessary. These lessons could be used to incorporate STEM or in a technology/computer lab.Please note, this lesson plan only works with Scratch Jr which is on iPads and Chromebooks.All Include:★Objective Display Cards★Standard Display Cards★3 Formats of Lesson Plans! (Overvi
This lesson introduces students to programming in Scratch in a fun and creative way. Students are introduced to the Scratch interface as well as key terms. Students experiment with basic instructions and sequences in Scratch and learn to use Motion and Look commands. As students work through this material they build up their skills in programming. Get ahead with developing your own and your students skills to learn programming. This is an ideal resource for the introduction of Computer Science i
*This product has 1 unit plan that leads into this unit plan: Web Design Into Unit** No prep needed, all materials are editable!**** No coding experience need for teacher**** This unit is created to follow after the Web Design Intro Unit ** This unit teaches students the basics of HTML 5 coding to create webpages. Students gain knowledge on commonly used tags that cover titles, paragraphs, lists, lines, headers, breaks, text effects, styles, sizes, colors, page breaks, background colors, symbol
This is a BUNDLE of monthly Scratch lesson plans for upper elementary and middle schools students to create 10 different projects. Prior to teaching this lesson, a basic familiarity of Scratch is encouraged, but not necessary. These lessons could be used to incorporate STEM or in a technology/computer lab. I used these lessons after Hour of Code week in my computer class. By purchasing this bundle, you receive 8 lessons for the price of 10! That's over 15 class periods of lessons!Note: These les

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