An activity for students to complete when learning how to read and write in code.
This worksheet has been designed to assist students in identifying binary code and translating it into digital numbers.
Provide students with a copy of the blank Binary Codes to 20 Worksheets. Students are required to either draw each binary number to represent the corresponding number, or cut and paste the codes in using the provided binary number cards.
In order to differentiate this activity for your class, use in conjunction with
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Australian Curriculum alignment
- Technologies > Digital Technologies > Years 3 and 4 > Digital Technologies Knowledge and Understanding > ACTDIK008
Recognise different types of data and explore how the same data can be represented in different waysElaborationsrecognising that numbers, text, images, sounds, animations and videos are all forms of d...
- Technologies > Digital Technologies > Years 5 and 6 > Digital Technologies Knowledge and Understanding > ACTDIK015
Examine how whole numbers are used to represent all data in digital systemsElaborationsrecognising that digital systems represent all types of data using number codes that ultimately are patterns of 1...
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