## Task 6: Algorithms & Programming

Category### Task 6: Option 3

This example can be used to illustrate the way flowcharts show our thinking processes for simple tasks and everyday decisions.

### Task 6: Algorithms and Programming “Go on a Treasure Hunt”

**Algorithms –**

**Go on a Treasure Hunt**

A treasure hunt requires many of the skills that computer programmers use when coding. This te..

### ‘How to start my school day’

This flowchart is meant to introduce basic algorithmic thinking in P-2 (option 3 of task 6). It can be posted at the door, in the bag roo..

### Task 6: Option 1

- Get bread and vegemite from cupboard
- Get butter from fridge
- Get knife and plate from draw
- Put all items on bench
- Take brea..

### Task 6: Option 3

https://www.digitaltechnologieshub.edu.au/teachers/lesson-ideas/making-maths-quizzes-1

Lesson plan for students to use either Power Poi..

### Task 6: Option 2

Students create a timeline of their life, to demonstrate how growing up to become an adult follows a sequence. The class discusses how hav..

### Task 6 Option 2 Sequencing Activities

Little Red HenLesson Sequence InstructionsLittleRedHenSequencingLittle Red Hen

Attached is a five lesson series of activities based aro..

### task 6 option 2

students could do a sequence cooking activity. the students could be asked to make a sandwich. each step needs to be photographed then the..

### Algorithms

Design an activity that explores sequences of instructions. In the early years, this could be an activity that encourages children to deve..

### Task 6: Algorithms & Programming

A great resource for putting things back into a logical sequence would be LEGO. In mid to late primary classes students could give a partn..

### Task 6, Option 2

This activity is a form of a game of trust which develops the idea of a sequence of instructions with a repeat feature as well. It shows s..

### Task 6 Option 2

This activity by Acer guides students to produce an algorithm for getting ready for school presented in the form of a flow chart. The acti..

### Task 6: Option 3

I have created a morning routine poster that breaks down the steps students need to do when the get into the classroom in the morning. I t..

### Task 6: Option 2

In an early years science lesson, you could ask children to sequence the life cycle of a frog. You could provide them with images of an eg..

### Task 6 Option 2

An activity that could be used in the Foundation years is sequence a cooking activity (E.G. making lamingtons or a sandwich). A set of pic..

### Task 6: Option 2

These are some activities that can aid students in understanding sequences.

http://www.scootle.edu.au/ec/viewing/R10710/index.html#

### Task 6 Option 3

Please find attached my developed flowchart algorithm.

This activity is for early stage 1 or stage 1 students, that are developing thei..

### Task 6: Option 3

Option 3: I would use this flow chart to help students regulate some of their feelings. This is quite a basic chart but can be extended an..

### Task 6: Option 2

An activity that could be used in the lower primary classes to help develop numeracy skills is have students pick a paddle pop stick from ..

### Task 6, 0ption 2

Hi everyone, I have chosen a sequencing activity targeting kindergarten/prep students.