5 Resources to Find Tons of Free Fun Unplugged Coding Activities!

Part of the series, Hour of Code Ideas!

“Falling in love with code means falling in love with problem solving and being a part of a forever ongoing conversation.” – Kathryn Barrett

In a previous post I described why all students should participate in the upcoming Hour of Code event, which takes place December 3rd to 9th. Find more reasons to introduce students to coding in this article, Why Kids Should Learn To Code (And How To Get Them Started). If you don’t have access to computers, don’t worry because there are several unplugged ways to get students to learn about the technology they use daily. Below are a few ideas with links to plenty more! The activities below don’t require a computer or the Internet and get students to work together to complete tasks.

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