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This unplugged teacher-led activity, adapted for the Hour of Code, uses classic nursery rhymes to introduce the concept of algorithms, sequence and repetition.
By identifying the steps and patterns in popular rhymes, children begin to understand that algorithms are all around us.
iCompute supports schools and teachers with comprehensive, step-by-step lesson plans and computing resources to support the Hour of Code. Download more iCompute resources here or on its website at icompute-uk.com. You can also follow on Twitter at @iComputeUK.
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