Students will explore and practice the four key computational thinking skills and connect those skills to their future-ready toolbox.
Coding C.H.O.M.P. New!
This lesson introduces students to coding while connecting cause–effect thinking with prior knowledge about healthy food choices.
Let’s Clean! New!
Students will use design thinking and computational thinking to complete the task of cleaning a room.
Using a Fuzzy Friend, students will be introduced to algorithmic thinking and following sequential steps.
Learn to code both images and sounds to create a learning artifact students can wear!
Learn to code with sounds that indicate the titling position of a wearable device.
Learn how to write alternate code to yield the same results in your program and explore the value of being able to provide multiple solutions to a problem.
Learn how to write code that creates different images based on Code Cube’s™ position.
Learn how to use a new type of block in Scratch and build on the skills learned in the Animate Your Name lesson.
Introduce students to simple algorithms using a small number of blocks in Scratch.
Learn how to make the Code Cube™ display multiple images.
Introduce students to Code Cube™ and learn how to code it to create an image.
Learn about the problem of bycatch and prototype a solution using micro:bit.
Code a micro:bit simulator to create an emotion badge to share with the world how you are feeling behind your mask.
Enter the Amazon Cyber Robotics Challenge to learn more about coding and robotics.
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