Need to teach your students how to use Scratch Coding but you don’t know where to start? Learn the basics of computer coding with this mini unit (lesson plans included!) to get you ready to implement coding into your science and math lessons. This mini unit is aligned with the new Ontario Science Curriculum (2022)!
If you’re struggling to find age-appropriate coding activities for your Grade 3 students, then look no further. This Grade 3 coding unit includes all the basics, including step-by-step instructions on how to use Scratch. Once you’ve completed this unit, your students will be very confident coders!
Here’s what you’ll get:
- 11 lesson plans
- 5 Video Lessons (plus a bonus extra task!)
- Bulletin board anchor charts
- “How to” reference sheets for Scratch
- An assessment (rubric included!)
The best part? Your students will quickly learn how to code in Scratch. No additional lessons are needed – have them do any future project with ease!
In order to use this unit, you need to have access to computers. Your students will need to each have an account on Scratch in order to save their projects and go back to them. While there are a few worksheets included, most of the unit focuses on hands-on coding practice on Scratch.
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Purchase the Grade 3 Science Unit Bundle to get this pack plus Strong and Stable Structures Unit, Forces and Motion Unit, Growth and Changes in Plants Unit, and Soil in the Environment Unit.
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