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Classmate Coding - Flashcards and Activities

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$3.99 or Free on Plus | 18 pages (PDF)|Grades: F - 6

A set of 15 coding flashcards on individual A4 pages with four instruction and activity cards to accompany them.

Use this resource when exploring coding and digital technologies with your students. This resource contains 15 cards to represent:

  • movement
  • events
  • statements
  • program elements

The resource also contains instructions on how to use the cards in four stages increasing in difficulty.

This resource is designed to introduce the students to the concepts of computer coding without the need for devices or digital technologies.

  NSW Curriculum alignment

  Victorian Curriculum alignment

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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  • Added 'Program' cards.

    Addition by Kristian Sep 24th, 2018

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