Unplugged Computational Thinking - Events & Celebrations
Computational thinking for students doesn't need to involve a computer. 'Unplugged' activities help students learn to use algorithms (precise step-by-step instructions, which are used for coding as well as other tasks) without the need for a device. At the same time they will be using directional language to give instructions to others.
Works best with students working in pairs but can be used individually. If working individually this works best if the worksheets are printed but can be used with digital pen tools such as in OneNote (open the pdf and print to OneNote selecting the landscape option), or Xodo.
There are at least 4 versions of the grids for each topic. Some items include an editable Word version as well as a PDF.
St Patrick's Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day