January 9


Unplugged Coding Activities: Learn Sequence – Part 2

January 9, 2022

Free unplugged coding activities to 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 make sure to get them familiar with part 1 first. Alright, let’s get started!

Learn Sequence through Hands-On Activities

Get your students to understand advanced sequence with our free printables. They’re super easy to prepare, too! These activities introduced obstacles (cones), you need to make sure the bus to go around them to get to the school.

Supplies Need

  • Learn sequence printables (download at the bottom of the post)
  • Markers


  • Print out the worksheets.
  • Do activities from page 5 to page 14, in each page.
  • Use markers to draw arrows in the grids to guide the school bus to the school, make sure you can only go four directions: up, down, left, right.

Differentiation Ideas

To make it more interactive, you can set up these activities using real objects (i.e. toy car, toy house, and whatever you can think of as obstacles). The grids can easily be created by using tapes. You can relocate the obstacles to increase/decrease the challenges for your kids. They’ll have a blast playing in it!

Set up the Activity in Google Classroom

You can also set up the activity in google classroom, which is perfect for remote learning, follow the steps below, then just let your student drag the arrows on the right to the grids, super easy to set up!


I hope you’ve enjoyed these two parts of posts on unplugged coding activities to learn sequence! Stay tuned for more blog content about unplugged coding activities to learn other concepts like loops, conditions, debugging, etc. We have lots to share with you, so stay updated by checking out our websites regularly! And don’t forget to share your favorite activity in the comments below. What are some other ways that children can learn coding without using a computer?

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