I have requested some visual programming resources to be created through Teach Starter. They would be blocks just like in scratch that could be printed out and used for unplugged activities throughout the classroom. These could be used in the classroom as a way to explain how to complete an activity, giving students a visual set of instructions to follow. I'm sure teachers could think of other ways these could be used too 🙂
If you think this resource would be valuable, click on the link and vote yes.Visual Programming – Teaching Resource Request
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- Kim Davis: Here you go! ï¿¼SCRATCH AND SCATCH JUNIOR BLOCK CARDS http://scratchjr.org/pdfs/blocks.pdf Scratch Junior provide step by step cards, in order of difficulty, to follow: http://scratchjr.org/teach/activities Scratch Block cards to scaffold http://scratched.gse.harvard.edu/resources/vector-scratch-blocks scratchblocks homepage scratchblocks.github.io
- Kimberley Gerdes: + Kim Davis Terrific, thanks Kim
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