### FP/KS1 Find the Smiley

Aim Use the cardinal points of the compass and simple coordinates to locate an object in a grid Create a 5 x 5 grid on a piece of laminated card.  Make a smiley face on a disc that will fit in a ...

### FP / KS 1 2×2 Sorting grid

6 years ago with no comments in Beginners, Using logic
Aim: To introduce the idea of sorting data using two variables and explore the concept of AND and NOT Most Foundation Phase teachers will be used to teaching opposites and using simple sorting ...

### KS2 Copy cups, copy cones

6 years ago with no comments in Intermediate, Using logic
Work in pairs or in teams of about 3. You need one set of 6 playground cones and 6 bean bags per pair or plastic cups if you are doing this in a classroom. One team has a sheet on which are drawn ...

### FP/KS2 Conditionals game

6 years ago with no comments in Algorithms, Intermediate
Start off playing Simon Says. One child is nominated as ‘Simon’ (teacher should be Simon for the first few rounds) Tell the children that IF Simon says they should do something, THEN they do it ...

### KS2 Human playing cards

6 years ago with no comments in Intermediate, Using logic
This unplugged game helps children learn about how computers sort and sequence items. You will need one large playing card for each child.   If you have less than 52 children, take out the ...

### FP / KS2 Human Database

6 years ago with no comments in Intermediate, Using logic
This is a great outdoor game but if you have enough space, you can do it in the ...

### Algorithms for playground games

These are some algorithms for simple playground games.  Most countries and regions will have a variation on these. bulldog HideandSeek IT piggyin-middle Stuckinmud Here are the same games but ...