PUZZLES AND COMPUTATIONAL THINKING Free unplugged Resources from the resource Hub from CAS London. https://teachinglondoncomputing.org/puzzles/ How to programme your Parent. (Unplugged Activity) from Makers Box. Here is an outline and video of what computational thinking is from Robomind For... Continue Reading →
Looking for some more challenging Coding Activities? Why not have a go at this on Trinket? Free Python Hour of Code Activity from Trinket https://hourofpython.trinket.io/a-visual-introduction-to-python#/welcome/an-hour-of-code There are lots of free lessons and online activities for your club or class that... Continue Reading →
https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/teaching-kids-basic-html This course is very simple to use and would make a great addition to any club or lesson teaching programming to children. It is a sequence of small animations showing how HTML code works and uses the idea of... Continue Reading →
Super Scratch Programming Adventure http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/sites/default/files/scratch2_samplechapters.pdf Creative Computing Learning Workbook http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/guide/files/CreativeComputing20140820_LearnerWorkbook.pdf Starting from Scratch - this starts from the beginning what's a computer? What is Software etc, then has short tutorials which could be handouts that can be filled in to... Continue Reading →
Simple Real Coding using code monkey
A simple maze game using blockly as an introduction to Scratch, very like the Hour of code games. This features 10 levels of increasing difficulty.
Very nice animated film which is 5 minutes long,showing the basics of computer programming from Brainpop. Some of this site does require a login but it has some great programming activities and https://www.brainpop.com/technology/computerscience/computerprogramming/ Here is another one from... Continue Reading →