Scratch flash cards

 Teacher knowledge  Coding Language: Scratch  Resource type: Flash cards

Resource overview

We've pulled together some of the main coding blocks for you to use in your offline coding sessions. These flash cards can be used to build programs and algorithms without the need for a computer.

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Introduction to Scratch

The purpose of this activity is to introduce Scratch for the first time to your class and to introduce some key computing vocabulary.

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Algorithms are a series of intructions, laid out in the right order, designed to complete a task or solve a problem. Use this simple lesson plan and accompanying guide to introduce the basics of algorithms. Ideal for pupils and teachers who are just starting out with computing and a great first step to understanding how computers work.
 

A-maze-ing lesson plan

The lesson will introduce basic computational thinking and programming concepts by asking the class to create a maze game. Your pupils will start with an offline activity, and then go on to code their mazes in Scratch.
 

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