3. identify and use social skills in play and other contexts (BC, SRWB)
4. demonstrate an ability to use problem-solving skills in a variety of contexts, including social contexts (BC, SRWB, PSI)
13. use the processes and skills of an inquiry stance (i.e., questioning, planning, predicting, observing, and communicating) (PSI)
15. demonstrate an understanding of numbers, using concrete materials to explore and investigate counting, quantity, and number relationships (DLMB)
Invite children to participate in movement activities reviewing the directions forward, back, side, side.
Provide an opportunity for interested children to view Meet the Fuzz Family, a 30 second video to introduce the Kodable App. Annotate, pause and reflect throughout.
Meet the Fuzz Family
Children who are interested can explore the Kodable App on the Interactive Whiteboard (Note: Kodable can play on any platform) or on devices (individual or partner, based on number of devices or interest). Encourage exploration and collaboration of as many levels as possible.
Student Collaboration Video
Children may wish to create their own Fuzz character (paper or digital).
Provide opportunity for children to share their Fuzz character and level they were able to achieve.
Encourage children to explain how they problem solved the maze at each level. (ex. Did they try to do it all at once or did they add their instructions one at a time and play the program to see if they were correct?)
This provocation could take place over several days based on interest
The number of children completing the provocation may vary depending on their interest.