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Binary Code Letters and Numbers

$3.50

26 letters and numbers 0-9 coded in Binary to give students a decoding challenge while also practicing academics! They are broken up into 6 sets of 6 digital flash cards which students access via a clickable PDF to take them to the web pages. After each letter or number, students click check to see if they got it right or wrong. Students type the letter or number into the field. It is not case-sensitive, making this a great activity for primary grades.

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Binary Code Letters and Numbers

Description

26 letters and numbers 0-9 coded in Binary to give students a decoding challenge while also practicing academics! They are broken up into 6 sets of 6 digital flash cards which students access via a clickable PDF to take them to the web pages. After each letter or number, students click check to see if they got it right or wrong. Students type the letter or number into the field. It is not case-sensitive, making this a great activity for primary grades.

What is included:

  • For the teacher, there is a teacher guide with ideas and restrictions on how to share the PDF with your students.
  • For the students, a clickable PDF work mat with 6 hyperlinked buttons that lead to the web pages that the digital flashcards are hosted on (pages are on my curriculum website but no login is needed for these).

How to use with students:

These binary code letter and number digital flash cards make a great early finisher activity. They are also great for stations, coding lessons, to leave for a sub, or any time you want to challenge your lower elementary students.

They are set up with the flash card on the left and the binary code converter key on the right so the key is always visible for students to reference. With practice students will start to identify the pattern in the key and get pretty quick at it!

For grades k-2 students these are great typing practice. Students will find the letter or number on the decoder, type it into the field, and check their answer. This is a mastery activity so students can complete it as many times as necessary.

 

What devices can these activities be used on?

ANY! That is what makes these activities so special. Use a desktop, laptop, or tablet with ANY browser.

Questions? Just ask!

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Product Terms:

Copyright © Brittany Washburn 2020. 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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