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Halloween Coding Challenges for Google Sheets PowerPoint and Unplugged

Link to a Google Slide than has all 3 challenges linked. PowerPoint users can download their version here.

Sheets of Movable Pieces to be cut out for the Unplugged version.

Learn the basics of block coding with this fun Halloween theme!

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Google Sheets, PowerPoint, and Unplugged


Both the Google Slides and PowerPoint versions have movable pieces and the student directions embedded, so there is no need to print them! If you choose to go the Unplugged route, there are two direction cards per sheet to save paper.

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Printable versions of all 3 Halloween Coding Challenges


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Each coding activity requires students to start at home and end at a haunted house, while picking up a required amount of candy and avoiding spiders, witches, and ghosts! When students go up a level, they will have to navigate a more complicated board and pick up more candy. Their objective is complete a challenge with the fewest number of moves possible. Kids love to compete against each other to see who can finish with the few number of moves!



and can be completed individually, in collaborative teams or as a competition!

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