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Algorithm Activities

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Teach students how to create and decompose Algorithms with these print and digital activities. 2 types of printable activities ask students to color pictures following an algorithm. 2 types of digital activities ask students to order the steps of an algorithm, identify the bug or an extra step, and then write their own 5 step algorithms for a given topic.

Use these activities as a crash course to understanding what an algorithm is, how to write one, follow one, and decompose one. I even included a simple assessment. See the table of contents for what is included.

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Algorithm Activities

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Teach students how to create and decompose Algorithms with these print and digital activities. 2 types of printable activities ask students to color pictures following an algorithm. 2 types of digital activities ask students to order the steps of an algorithm, identify the bug or an extra step, and then write their own 5 step algorithms for a given topic.

Use these activities as a crash course to understanding what an algorithm is, how to write one, follow one, and decompose one. I even included a simple assessment. See the table of contents for what is included.

The printable sheets make a great bulletin board once students are finished. Just add a header and their colored pages.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

2 Links to the Digital file and answer key (there are 16 slides of digital activities)

3 Algorithm one page poster

4-5 Vocab words

6-15 Algorithm Coloring pages

16-17 Assessment options (full page or half page)

18-19 Terms of Use and Credits

ISTE Standards

Strand: Computational Thinker

Standard: 5.a. formulate problem definitions suited for technology assisted methods such as data analysis, abstract models and algorithmic thinking in exploring and finding solutions.

I Can Statements:

•I can create an algorithm for a simple pattern

•I can write a problem for the computer to solve

I highly recommend the picture book Kids Get Coding as an introduction to this topic for you and your students.

Product Terms:

Copyright © Brittany Washburn 2019. Purchasing this file entitles you to ONE classroom use. You may use this with multiple classes but may not share with any other teachers. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. If multiple licenses are needed for use my more than one teacher or in more than one computer lab, additional licenses are discounted.

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