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St. Patrick's Day Printable Coding Activity

Time to get in the mood for St. Patrick's Day with this fun little leprechaun activity! Here is a screen-free coding activity for your little thinker! Coding is the method of giving instructions to perform a specific task.  This unplugged paper coding activity has two different levels for kids to solve. Level 1 Kids must find the right code to get the leprechaun to the pot of gold. Once kids discover the correct path, they will uncover a secret word: LUCKY. Level 2 In the second level activity, kids find the right code to get the Leprechaun to the rainbow. Once they find the code that works, kids decode a secret message: ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. Why Coding rocks: Kids practice trial...

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Valentine Paper Coding Activity - Fun for Kids!

Today we have a fun, screen-free coding activity for your kids! Valentine Paper Coding! Coding is the method of giving instructions to perform a specific task.  This unplugged paper coding activity has two different levels for kids to solve. The first level is finding the right code to get the arrow to the heart. Once kids discover the correct path, they will uncover a secret word. In the second level activity, kids find the right code to get the Valentine Letter to the Blimey Bloke. Once they find the code that works, kids decode a secret message about kindness! Why Coding rocks: Kids practice trial and error Teaches kids problem-solving skills A fun way to have fun with math Be...

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Holiday Coding Activity

If you want to improve your child's math, writing, and logical thinking skills, expose them to coding activities. Coding promotes these skills because it requires kids to break complex problems into smaller, more manageable problems. As kids learn to code, they increase their chances of success and being able to analyze problems.  Click Here to access the Free Unplugged Holiday Coding Activity. We've created a couple of free paper coding printable activities that introduce kids ages 4-7 to basic coding skills. Kids must find the correct algorithm to get the elf to the Christmas Tree and the Gingerbread Man. Once kids discover the correct algorithm, they can uncover a secret message. Grab this holiday Freebie to get your kids inspired by coding!...

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