This activity will teach students about worldbuilding and the relationship between a character and its world. It also poses two different ways of thinking about a concept to inspire creativity.
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This unplugged coding activity challenges you to encode different words into binary code. In this activity you will explore the computational thinking methods of decomposition. You will break down the word or words you select into single letters and encode it into Binary code using the Binary Code Key to create a secret message!
Watering your plants evenly throughout is almost impossible so use mother nature as an example and build your own aquifer!
These unplugged activities are geared towards a younger audience with the intention of introducing basic coding concepts.
This unplugged coding activity challenges learners to decode their own puzzles. In this activity, learners will explore the computational methods of pattern recognition and algorithmic thinking.
This unplugged coding activity challenges learners to decode a secret message written in binary code. In this activity learners will explore the computational thinking methods of decomposition. Learners will break down the binary code to represent single letters then arrange them in the blanks to uncover the secret message.
Use your problem solving and critical thinking skills to solve these visual brain teasers using sticks.
Let us send you some code in the mail! Explore the basics of computer programming by examining what effect a random selection of code will have. This is a unique and fun way to introduce the scratch programming language.
In this activity learners will create their very own race car using recycled and other materials. Learners will also explore the idea of storing energy in an elastic band and how we can use that energy to move their engineered race car forward.
This unplugged activity is geared towards a younger audience and focuses on sequences. Learners will further explore sequences and how we can recognize them all around us such as in storybooks!
Storytelling can come in many forms and can convey the same message in different ways. This activity will highlight visual storytelling through recycled material found throughout the household.
This unplugged activity is an outdoor activity that is geared towards a younger audience and focuses on algorithms. Learners will further explore algorithms and how they are used in our daily routines. Learners will design their own algorithms that will be used to guide people across a hopscotch court.
This maker activity explores game design and STEAM education. You will design, create and build a foosball table top game using recycled materials and other materials.
Make a pixel art emoji in 10 easy steps!
Roll the Dice Storytelling is a side step from Story Storm Activity which will use a five box system to generate ideas for stories!
This activity is the basis for storytelling, just a very simple way to get into the art of creating stories!
This unplugged activity is geared towards a younger audience with the intention of introducing basic coding terminology through a Kriss Kross Puzzle.
We are going to do a fun science experiment that will create a slippery and gooey substance made from cornstarch and water called Oobleck.
The Blob-Art Challenge is a fun way to create unique characters and works of art from your imagination!
This unplugged activity is geared towards a younger audience with the intention of introducing basic coding terminology through a memory matching card game.
Learners will explore STEAM education as they craft a marble maze game through a simple process of design, create, build & test.
This activity provides an opportunity for learners to investigate problems that exist in the world today, and are challenged to use simple materials to design a solution. Learners will use recycled materials and natural materials found outside, to create a water filter device.
Flip and match games are a great way to introduce vocabulary to a student or explore a new topic of study. The beauty of a game like Memory is that it is very simple to play and even simpler to make.
Construct A Bee Hotel allows learners to explore how they can help positively impact the environment that surrounds them and society as a whole, using simple materials.