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Unplugged Activities for Hour of Code EY &/or Primary Division

CS Fundamentals Course 1 from Code.org


Heres what we think: This is a great resource for our young students to begin to code. There are lesson plans, worksheets, teacher videos, and
student videos. These videos are short and well worth the time for teachers to view. The worksheets are available in a PDF and require minimal
additional supplies. Programming does NOT always need to be done on a device, especially when you begin to teach your students coding and some
of the activities are unplugged. If you are teaching SK/Gr1/Gr2/Gr3 students these activities are the way to go.
There are 18 lessons/activities in Course 1. There are seven videos in Course 1 and in under 15 minutes you can get a great introduction to the
activities. As a teacher it is time well spent. When you open the main link (see below) you dont need to watch all seven videos at once. There is a
slider bar on the right hand side of the screen that allows you to pick the video you want to watch. That really is the easiest way to see them all or
individually. However if you just wanted to get to one part the individual URLs are included in a separate chart. There are several lessons that have
student videos as well. The CODE site is massive and the information is a bit scattered. We have brought them all together in this chart. As always,
if you have any suggestions as to what to add to our site or how to make it more user friendly please let us know.
Here is the main link to the entire set of videos directed at teachers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=En6Bshuqljg&list=PL2DhNKNdmOtqBgWyF5kmy2oPh0U-Zfv2G
Course 1:
Title Length Suggested Pages
Grades
A very large PDF (almost 300 pages) of all the lessons for CODE courses 1, 2, & 3 is available on-line.
Here is the link: https://code.org/curriculum/docs/k-5/complete.pdf

Course 1 Overview 11
1. Happy Maps 2:11 SK/Gr 1 13-21
Learn the term Algorithm (i.e., a recipe, a list of steps that you can follow to finish a task) Introduces the
furry character the Flurb
Here is the link to the student video: https://youtu.be/hrnhiKAQ1_k 0:48
2. Move It, Move It 3:03 SK/Gr1/Gr2 22-34
Move around a map starting at a Compass Rose and teaching Cardinal Directions (N, S, E, & W)
Learn the term Program (an algorithm that has been coded into something that can be run by a machine)
Here is the link to the student video: https://youtu.be/VGi2bnRFqzM 0:48
3. Jigsaw: Learn to drag and drop 35-36
4. Maze: Sequence 37-38
5. Maze: Debugging 39-40
6. Real-Life Algorithms: Plant a Seed 2:03 SK/Gr1/Gr2 41-45
Learn about De-Bugging
Here is the link to the student video: https://youtu.be/FHsuEh1kJ18 1:55
7. Bee: Sequence 46-47
8. Artist: Sequence 48-49
9. Building a Foundation 2:34 Gr2/Gr3/Gr4 50-55
Teaching about persistence
Requires gum drops or marshmallows, toothpicks or sticks
Here is the link to the student video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZqKqI8AvnA 2:07
10. Artist: Shapes 56-57
11. Spelling Bee 58-59
12.Getting Loopy: The Iteration Dance 2:07 SK/Gr1/Gr2/ 60-66
Older students can use The Macarena or The Chicken Dance Gr3
Here is the link to the student video: https://youtu.be/JoKTqHCni0M
Information at the Code.org site: https://studio.code.org/s/course1/stage/12/puzzle/1 for video & Lesson
Plan
Here is the PDF for just this lesson: https://code.org/curriculum/course1/12/Teacher.pdf
13. Maze: Loops 67-68
14. Bee: Loops 69-70
15.The Big Event 2:41 Gr1/Gr2/Gr3 71-77
Learn the term Event: an action that causes something to happen (i.e., interrupts your regular program
and adds intractability)
Here is the link to the student video: https://youtu.be/u0WV9shCoak
16. Play Lab: Create a Story 78-79
17.Going Places Safely Online 1:12 SK/Gr1/Gr2/ 80-85
The focus is to teach students to navigate the internet safely Gr3
From website: Common Sense Media (https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators)
Here is the link to the student video: https://youtu.be/vUO7t92k4Xg
18. Artist: Loops 86-87
Loose Ends 0:52 --------------- ---------------
This is just a series of outtakes from Kiki and it is not necessary to watch this one at all
Several of the videos have a second single You Tube link. They arent any different from the ones in the above series so it is not necessary to use
these links. We have included them here just in case you search for CODE videos and these pop up you will know they are part of the complete
series. As you can see the You Tube address is just shorter because they are not connected together in a series.
Here is the link for just Happy Maps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=En6Bshuqljg
Here is the link just for The Big Event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PN8aPWZ2sY
Here is a chart with each You Tube URL but remember you dont need all these, just use the one in the chart above.
Title
1.Happy Maps
Learn the term Algorithm (i.e., a recipe, a list of steps that you can follow to finish a task) Introduces the furry character the Flurb
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=En6Bshuqljg&list=PL2DhNKNdmOtqBgWyF5kmy2oPh0U-Zfv2G&index=1
2.Move It, Move It
Move around a map starting at a Compass Rose and teaching Cardinal Directions (N, S, E, & W)
Learn the term Program (an algorithm that has been coded into something that can be run by a machine)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aV4rqNUG-Jw&index=2&list=PL2DhNKNdmOtqBgWyF5kmy2oPh0U-Zfv2G
6. Real-Life Algorithms: Plant a Seed
Learn about De-Bugging
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icVRxFr39AU&index=3&list=PL2DhNKNdmOtqBgWyF5kmy2oPh0U-Zfv2G
9. Building a Foundation
Teaching about persistence
Requires gum drops or marshmallows, toothpicks or sticks
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7y0o6VxMXQ&index=4&list=PL2DhNKNdmOtqBgWyF5kmy2oPh0U-Zfv2G
There is a companion video for students on this topic (see link below)
12.Getting Loopy: The Iteration Dance
Older students can use The Macarena or The Chicken Dance
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vo2woYRRogA&index=5&list=PL2DhNKNdmOtqBgWyF5kmy2oPh0U-Zfv2G
15.The Big Event
Learn the term Event: an action that causes something to happen (i.e., interrupts your regular program and adds intractability)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PN8aPWZ2sY&list=PL2DhNKNdmOtqBgWyF5kmy2oPh0U-Zfv2G&index=6
17.Going Places Safely Online
The focus is to teach students to navigate the internet safely
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AG23gWMEB98&list=PL2DhNKNdmOtqBgWyF5kmy2oPh0U-Zfv2G&index=7
From website: Common Sense Media (https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators)