Includes both PDF and Easel Activities for Google Classroom remote learning and in-person STEM instruction.
Unplugged Coding made easy!
Everything you need to get started with unplugged coding. No robots needed! Students learn the basics of directional coding and write their own code!
Unplugged Coding Process:
Students learn the logic and thinking that goes into writing codes using Directional Coding. They learn 5 vocabulary words: Programmer, Code, Command, Bug, and Debug.
Students practice debugging codes before writing their own codes with a partner. After they have completed their activities, there is time for reflection on what they learned.
New to Coding?
No worries! Coding can be intimidating, but you don't have to have a background in computer science to teach coding. This resource is designed to be so simple a sub could use it. Get started with coding today! Perfect activity for Hour of Code.
- Teacher Instructions (with photo)
- Student Instructions
- Student Coding Journal
- Student Unplugged Coding Activity (Includes Partner Coding Practice)
- Student Reflection Sheet
- Coding Vocabulary Words
- NGSS and Common Core Standards
- TpT Digital Version for Distance Learning with Google Classroom
To use Easel for Distance Learning, select "Open in Easel" on this listing. Works with computers, laptops, chromebooks, ipads, and tablets.
Aligns to NGSS and Common Core.
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