Computational Thinking – Talking like a Computer or Human
- Click here for virtual manipulatives
- Once on the website, click manipulatives from the menu on the left side
- When drop down appears scroll down to tangrams
- You are now ready to begin. You must complete the shape your partner is describing without looking at the picture.
- Click here for examples
- Pick a puzzle you would be able to successfully explain to partner
- You must describe how to make this shape without looking at what your partner is doing
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