unplugged coding activities for kids - learn sequence part 2

In my previous post, I introduced the first Unplugged Coding Activity to learn sequence. If you missed it, definitely go back and check it out! Today, we’re going to be building on that activity by exploring more advanced sequence activities. Keep in mind that these activities can be a bit challenging for small learners, so

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Unplugged-Coding-Activities-for-Kids

If you’re like me, you’re always on the lookout for new coding activities for your kids. It can be tough to find good, educational activities that don’t require a computer or phone. That’s why I’ve put together a list of free printable coding worksheets. All of these activities are perfect for young kids who are

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forward and backward counting activities

The Forward and Backward Counting Activity is an excellent way for kids to learn how to count forward and backward. This activity is geared towards early childhood education; it can be used in any classroom setting. This blog post will give you the information needed to set up the Forward and Backward Counting Activity so

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one to one correspondence activities

Looking for a fun way to help your child learn how to count? Do you need something quick and easy that will engage their attention while they are learning? Here are some great ideas for one-to-one correspondence counting activities that will engage your kids and make learning even more fun. What is the meaning of

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unplugged coding activities for kids - learn variables

When you think of coding, most people imagine sitting in front of a computer all day. But what if we could get kids excited about technology by doing something else? Coding is a valuable skill, and it’s essential to teach children how to code! In this blog post, I’ll share some fun unplugged activities for

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fingerprint counting activities for preschool and kindergarten

Do your kids love fingerprint counting activities? They are a great way to reinforce the concept of numbers and practice math skills. As a 3-year-old, my son always enjoys fingerprint counting activities because they are easy to understand, and he likes the hands-on aspect of them. In addition, he can see how matching up sets

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