Students complete these unplugged coding activities using the pages that you print with a pencil!
Students will code a path using their pencil as a robot. Tell the students to record their path instructions. At the end students can check their answers. If students, find a bug (mistake) in their code then students should go back and work on it again. This is called de-bugging your code.
There are two levels provided per activity. Younger students can follow the path. Later, students can draw the path instructions as well.
Print desired pages and use it with your students!
I provide the same Earth Day Coding Activities that use robots:
Earth Day Coding with Beebot and Code & Go Robot Mouse
This pack includes three Earth Day activities. Students in the primary grade love coding with robots.