Coding for Kids – Screen-free!
Kindercoding Unplugged: Screen-free Activities for Beginners is a new book that shows how to encourage computational thinking through a Reggio Emilia lens and emergent curriculum. It contains more than 80 unplugged coding activities for ages three to eight, with stories from the author’s kindergarten classroom.
To borrow this book from the Decoda Library, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find more ideas for screen-free coding activities that use familiar materials in:
- 7 Super Easy Ways to Introduce Coding to Preschoolers
- Creating Coding Stories and Games
- Don’t Step on the Lego! Blindfolded Coding Game for Kids
- If-Then Backyard Coding Game for Kids
- Learn to Code Unplugged with Hotwheels
- Superhero Computer Coding Game Without a Computer!
- Teaching Your Kids to Code with Magnetic Tiles
- Teach your kids to code with a deck of cards!
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