St. Patrick's Day Coding Practice, Computer Code Practice

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by Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block

Price: 200 points or $2 USD

Subjects: edtech,technicalLearning,computationalThinking,holiday,stPatricksDay

Grades: 14,13,1,2

Description: An interactive and fun way for young students to practice and learn the basics of computer coding and programming. Students move a St. Patrick's Day leprechaun to the correct place in Leprechaun Land by following the code. This helps students learn the importance of following each step of code in the correct sequence in order to get the desired response and why sequence matters in a computer program. This St. Patrick's Day deck provides the practice students need to get comfortable with coding so they can go on to master more challenging activities. Practicing coding also improves sequencing skills, problem-solving, logical thinking, cause and effect skills, and computational thinking. This Saint Patrick's deck includes 20 unique cards that play in random order so each play of the deck is different. Perfect for hour of code, STEM / STEAM instruction, computer programming class, or center time.