MAMA.codes Offline Coding Resources For Schools!

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To help teachers, educators and tutors everywhere - MAMA.codes have put together an extremely detailed and innovative pack to help you introduce the concept of coding. ‍ With ten minute activities that you can incorporate into circle time, as an energiser after lunch or even a quick activity before home time. Or you can use the activities altogether to plan an entire lesson! What's more, there is no kit or budget needed as all activities are unplugged. Teacher Help, Teachers, Unplugged Coding Activities, Learn To Code, Circle Time, Energizer, Offline, Incorporate, Schools
Offline Coding Activities For Schools!
To help teachers, educators and tutors everywhere - MAMA.codes have put together an extremely detailed and innovative pack to help you introduce the concept of coding. ‍ With ten minute activities that you can incorporate into circle time, as an energiser after lunch or even a quick activity before home time. Or you can use the activities altogether to plan an entire lesson! What's more, there is no kit or budget needed as all activities are unplugged.
Happy Monday! Are you a teacher about to embark on a week of fun and interesting teaching? 👩🏻‍🏫  Did you know it is Europe Code Week; why not use this as an opportunity to run some fun, unplugged coding activities for your class? Download our "Offline Coding Activities" resource pack today. Completely free with minimal planning needed, we want to help you to introduce the key concepts of coding to your children. Happy Monday, Some Fun, Did You Know, Introduce
Helping Teachers Introduce Key Coding Concepts!
Happy Monday! Are you a teacher about to embark on a week of fun and interesting teaching? 👩🏻‍🏫 Did you know it is Europe Code Week; why not use this as an opportunity to run some fun, unplugged coding activities for your class? Download our "Offline Coding Activities" resource pack today. Completely free with minimal planning needed, we want to help you to introduce the key concepts of coding to your children.
What is an algorithm and why are they essential to computer programming? Algorithms are used in coding to instruct our computers to solve a problem or complete a task. Helping Children, Computer Programming, Algorithm, Computers, Task
What Is An Algorithm?
What is an algorithm and why are they essential to computer programming? Algorithms are used in coding to instruct our computers to solve a problem or complete a task.
Aliens have just landed on our planet. 👽 They’re very friendly but there’s just one problem - they don’t brush their teeth! One alien is interested in learning how. Can your class help the alien by creating a tooth-brushing algorithm for the aliens to use? Tooth Brushing, Brushing Teeth, Aliens, Knowing You
Aliens Have Landed!
Aliens have just landed on our planet. 👽 They’re very friendly but there’s just one problem - they don’t brush their teeth! One alien is interested in learning how. Can your class help the alien by creating a tooth-brushing algorithm for the aliens to use?
Once our coders understand the concept of algorithms, we move on to helping them understand what a 'loop' does in the world of computer programming! 🌎  Our MAMA.codes "Offline Coding Activities" resource pack, helps classroom teachers to help their class understand what needs to be done if an algorithm needs to be repeated more than once. Check out our resource pack for more information on how you can introduce your class to the concept of loops! Computer Algorithm, Coder, Intervention, Need This
What Are Loops?
Once our coders understand the concept of algorithms, we move on to helping them understand what a 'loop' does in the world of computer programming! 🌎 Our MAMA.codes "Offline Coding Activities" resource pack, helps classroom teachers to help their class understand what needs to be done if an algorithm needs to be repeated more than once. Check out our resource pack for more information on how you can introduce your class to the concept of loops!
Right coders, we have written our algorithms instructing the aliens on how to brush their teeth! But can you demonstrate that you know how to amend your algorithm to get the aliens to brush their teeth four times a day? 👽 This is called a loop! Demonstrate, Create Yourself
Create Your Loops!
Right coders, we have written our algorithms instructing the aliens on how to brush their teeth! But can you demonstrate that you know how to amend your algorithm to get the aliens to brush their teeth four times a day? 👽 This is called a loop!
Hands up, who can tell us what 'conditional statements' are and how they are used in coding? 🙋‍♂️ Our resource pack details all you need to know surrounding conditional statements and we have even conjured up some relatable activities to get your class' brains powered up! The Conjuring, Being Used, Resources, Understanding, Hands, Teaching
Conditional Statements!
Hands up, who can tell us what 'conditional statements' are and how they are used in coding? 🙋‍♂️ Our resource pack details all you need to know surrounding conditional statements and we have even conjured up some relatable activities to get your class' brains powered up!
One of the unplugged games MAMA.codes uses to help children understand conditional statements at the beginning of our coding workshops, is 'Simon Says' - except we introduce a bit of a twist!  We have some super ideas on how children can adapt their game of 'Simon Says' and they can be found in our "Offline Coding Activities" resource pack; available to all teachers, educators and tutors who want to help their classes understand the concepts of code in an exciting and unplugged way. Simon Says, Adaptations, Helping Kids
Simon Says!
One of the unplugged games MAMA.codes uses to help children understand conditional statements at the beginning of our coding workshops, is 'Simon Says' - except we introduce a bit of a twist! We have some super ideas on how children can adapt their game of 'Simon Says' and they can be found in our "Offline Coding Activities" resource pack; available to all teachers, educators and tutors who want to help their classes understand the concepts of code in an exciting and unplugged way.