This is a lesson I would do in a Reception class.
Brainstorm a few procedures they would do everyday and represent them graphically. T..
Option 1: Create a resource (poster, video, presentation slide, document) that explains either decomposition, abstraction or computational..
I decided to create a poster based on the concept of decomposition. It is aimed at primary school students and/or general public that ..
An activity that can be suitable for Year 2s, where they can form into pairs or small groups, to read a given set of steps on ‘How to make..
Option 2: Design an activity that explores sequences of instructions. In the early years, this could be an activity that encourages childr..
Option 3: Create an algorithm as a flow chart for an everyday activity or situation. Explain how you would incorporate it into your classr..
This flowchart highlights a basic getting ready for school day routine which shows everyday decisions students would make. To incorpor..
Class activity that students can do which relates to teaching them the importance of sequence of instructions is having sentences from a s..
A treasure hunt requires many of the skills that computer programmers use when coding. This te..
An activity I think would be relevant considering the current situation would be to print off an the steps on how to wash your hands, cut ..
Task 6: Option 2
This ‘Exact Instructions Challenge’ is an entertaining video of a parent trying to teach his children the importance o..
This picture book explains patterns and loops and relates them to real world examples. As a class you could read this book together. A..
Task 6: Algorithms and Programming Option 2:
Sequencing – Brushing teeth
Children write the sequence/instructio..
SEQUENCE FOR KIDS
OBJECT: The first player to make a SEQUENCE of 4 chips in a row using only their own chips is the
When participating in the algorithms module I recalled a game I have not used for many years called ‘The Cat in the Hat – I Can Do That!’
I thought this module would have been much harder for me to understand, but I surprised myself with how much I took away and understood.
Design an activity that explores sequences of instructions.
In the younger primary grades, students could play a barrier game. A barri..