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These are the full teacher lessons referenced in the book No Fear Coding - Computational Thinking Across the K-5 Curriculum.
p.37 Binary Bracelets video - see http://codemathteks.edublogs.org/numbers/binary/
p. 33 - Present Past Participle Lesson (pdf)Download
p.39 Lemonade Stand (docx)Download
p.52 Bee-Bot (Math) Apple Ten-Frame (pdf)Download
p.52 Bee-Bot Mat (Literacy Re-telling) using the story Brown Bear (pdf)Download
p. 86 - Code with Anna_4.MD.C.7 (pdf)Download
p. 108 - Hello Grandma & Grandpa (pdf)Download
p.108 - The Three Pigs Project (pdf)Download
p.110 Underwater Adventure (pdf)Download
p. 115 Go Bananas (pdf)Download