Are you looking for STEM activities to use with younger students? Would you like to introduce your students to some of the skills needed for computer coding? This activity was created for young kids to practice coding skills in an unplugged, fun, and hands-on way.
In this printable game, students will write up to five computer programs using simple instruction cards to move a frog across five different ponds. Help improve your students’ ability to follow instructions and to create instructions themselves. This activity can be done individually or in groups. It is a great “Hour of Code” activity for younger students.
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