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Learning about computer science doesn’t require a device. CS can be taught in a lot of different ways at school and at home.
Unplugged activities do not require a device or computer. Unplugged activities help students understand computer science through hands-on activities, puzzles, magic tricks and games using everyday items like crayons and paper.
Code.org Unplugged Lessons
A list of unplugged lessons from code.org CS Fundamteals curriciclum
Colorado School of Mines CS Unplugged Lessons
A set of lesson plans for teachers to use unplugged activities in middle school classrooms.
Goolge CS First Unplugged
includes a printable booklet that contains three computational thinking activities in which students (grades 4-8) learn about how computer science helps us communicate and stay connected with people around the world.
Computer Science in a Box: Unplug Your Curriculum (NCWIT)
Hour of Code: Unplugged Activities
Note: Sort by "Classroom techbology" and select "No computer or devices"
STAR Net Libraries STEM Clearinghouse – Computational Thinking Collection
Unplugged Coding Activities: The Ultimate Guide for Elementary (Kodable)