There are 6 Computer Programming Problems that have students follow basic command codes that instruct a character how to find his way to a destination. The focus of these problems is on Repeat Blocks. These unplugged problems work great with students just beginning to learn code or even those preparing to take the AP Computer Science Principles Exam. If you use Scratch or Code.org or any other programming language, this is great practice for students learning to read code on paper. If offers a chance for the teacher to receive feedback as well as a chance for students to discuss the code and defend their solution. In this Camping Theme set of problems, the same code gets run on three different setups.
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