Help to develop logical foundations for coding computers with Bits & Bytes, a card game that’s designed to teach children computational thinking and basic programming concepts, like algorithms and the sequencing of instructions.
It’s simple to play and is for two or more people, ages four and up. Players take it in turns with an instruction card and move accordingly around the grid – it may be blank or have a problem they have to solve. In the advanced version of the game, players create a computer program using the cards.
We have a game pack to give away. If it would help you kick off coding in your classroom, be in to win it by entering below.
Entries close Tuesday 14 March, 2023.
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