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What Is Animation?
What Is Animation?
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What Is Animation?
In this lesson, students will learn to program an animated figure using ScratchJr.
4th grade
Science
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Flip Book Animation
Flip Book Animation
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Flip Book Animation
In this lesson, students will learn the word 'animation' and create an animated figure in a flip book.
4th grade
Science
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What Is Code?
What Is Code?
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What Is Code?
What is code? In this lesson you'll introduce students to the concept of code (a system of symbols used for communication) using both physical and virtual experiences.
1st grade
Science
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What Is an Algorithm?
What Is an Algorithm?
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What Is an Algorithm?
In this lesson, students will learn to create a simple algorithm using block code. The platform used for this activity is a website created by Google that provides free educational games that teach students to program using block code.
2nd grade
Science
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
In this lesson, students will learn the term "troubleshooting" and practice solving problems using both tangible and virtual tools.
3rd grade
Science
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My Robot Friend
My Robot Friend
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My Robot Friend
What is a robot? What can robots do? Computer programmers tell robots what to do by creating a sequence of commands. In this lesson, students work in pairs to program a robot to act out the story from the mini story book My Friend.
Kindergarten
Science
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Code a Character
Code a Character
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Code a Character
In this lesson, students will learn to create an animated character using the education coding app ScratchJr.
5th grade
Science
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Search Computer Science Lesson Plans

Use these computer science lesson plans to help foster creative thinking and problem-solving skills in children. Designed for a wide array of ages, these computer science lesson plans introduce children to the concept of coding, teach them to write algorithms (or step-by-step instructions), help them practice troubleshooting strategies, and even have them design, create, and test their own prototypes.