Engage your students in fun, free CS activities for CS Education Week

CS Ed Week is December 4-10, 2023.
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Plan an unforgettable CS Ed Week using Skill Struck's free activities.

We’re so glad you’re looking for ways to engage your classroom in computer science (CS) activities for CS Ed Week this year. We are very passionate about CS. For that reason, we’re excited to share with you these free, and fun CS activities.  After you’ve filled out the form on this page, you will receive access to: 
Read more about these activities below!

Magic Trick: Teaching Coding Basics

Skill Struck’s Magic Trick: Teaching Coding Basics is a fun activity teachers and students can participate in to learn a new computer science principle.

You will have access to a webpage that displays “magic” cards and instructions on how to perform a magic trick for your students. Your students will be shocked at your ability to pick which random card they chose through the common coding tactic, debugging.
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Peanut Butter and Jelly Unplugged Activity 

You will receive access to PB&J cut outs and instructions on how to do this fun “build your own peanut butter and jelly sandwich” activity. Your students will enjoy this hands-on activity and learn about a common coding principle, sequencing.
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Encoding Messages using Binary 

You will receive access to detailed instructions on how to create encoded messages using binary, the basic principles of how coding was developed. 
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