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- These screen free coding activities are great for beginners to learn the basics of directional coding. The activities that have students follow directional codes and create their own program using arrows. Use these activities as a STEM center or for independent work as an introduction to coding.Cont$42.00$60.00Save $18.00
These Gingerbread and Snowmen themed coding activities are great for beginners to learn the basics of directional coding during the winter holiday season. There are 25 different ready to print or digital activities that have students follow directional codes and create their own program using arrows. Students will need access to a Google™ account in order to use the digital version of the coding activities.
Use these activities as a STEM center or for independent work as an introduction to coding. These activities are a great way for students to participate in the Hour of Code™.
This resource is also part of a money-saving Coding for Beginners Bundle.
✮ activities where students follow directional arrows to find a specific object on the game board
✮ activities that require students to write the code to a specific item on the game board using arrows
✮activities where students write the code using arrows to two specific items on a game board
✮Link to a digital version of the activities using Google Slides™
✮Cover to put all of the printables into an I Can Code book
✮2 sample coding pages
✮Version of the create the code and challenge create the code activities where students can color in one of 4 directional arrows instead of drawing arrows themselves
✮Answer Keys for the Follow the Code activities
✮Optional create your own code game boards (printable version)
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