This elementary egg hunt coding activity is a great Easter-themed way to introduce the basics of computer programming to kids in Kindergarten through 5th grade.
Help Paddy the Leprechaun collect all of his gold coins and get to the rainbow by coding the shortest sequence in this leprechaun sequence coding activity!!
This heart tree directed drawing teaches kids to follow an algorithm to make tech art! This screen-free activity is a great Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day unplugged coding activity!
Find the correct sequence to help Cupid make his way through town to spread some love and joy in this Valentine’s Day coding worksheet for kids!
Trixie the Elf needs helping searching for the perfect outfit for each day of the week. Learn how to use boolean expressions to narrow down exactly the right outfit in this Christmas Elf boolean logic activity.
Learn about boolean and comparison operators with this Guess the Elf boolean coding activity based on the classic Guess Who? board game.
Do you think you can communicate like a computer programmer? Test your communication skills by giving another person step-by-step directions on how to build a Christmas LEGO design without them seeing the final result.
Find the correct sequence to help Frosty the Snowman make his way through town before he melts away in this unplugged coding worksheet for kids! This free worksheet is great to print to use in a classroom or even at home!
This Christmas tree algorithm art activity is an unplugged coding activity for kids K-8 to learn how everyday actions can be turned into a computer program.
Learn about boolean and comparison operators with this Guess the Animal boolean coding activity!
Find the correct sequence to help turkey escape before he becomes Thanksgiving dinner in this unplugged coding worksheet for kids!