# 2013

## Activity 1 - Binary Numbers

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**the board and the cards were printed on A4 180g sulfite paper and plasticized. The sheets of number 1 were printed in yellow paper; the ones of number 2 in blue paper; the ones of number 4 in green paper; the ones of number 8 in red paper and the ones of number 16 in orange paper.**Exercises:**- Evaluation

### Task 2

### Task 3

- Class Plan
**Material:**the material is the same used in the first two tasks.**Exercises:**- Evaluation

## Activity 2 - Coloring with numbers

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**a screen made of Styrofoam with dimensions of 48 cm x 48 cm with 64 pixels of 6 cm x 6 cm. Squares made of black cardboard with dimensions 6 cm x 6 cm. Pins to attach the board on the Styrofoam.**Exercises:**- Evaluation (Unavailable)*

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**is the same used in task 1 of this activity.**Exercises:**- Evaluation

## Activity 3 - Naval Battle

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**Board Game (in a large format for the teacher, fixed in Styrofoam, and in A4 sheet for the students). Squares made of black cardboard with dimensions 6 cm x 6 cm. Pins to attach the board on the Styrofoam. Grains of beans.- Evaluation

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**Board Game (in a large format for the teacher, fixed in Styrofoam, and in A4 sheet for the students).- Evaluation (Not Reviewed)

### Task 3

- Class Plan (Not Reviewed)
**Material:**Board Game (in a large format for the teacher, fixed in Styrofoam, and in A4 sheet for the students).- Evaluation (Not Reviewed)

## Activity 4 - Sorting Algorithms

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**Scales (one for each trio). Kits of 8 bottles with different weights. Squares made of black cardboard with dimensions 6 cm x 6 cm.- Evaluation

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**is the same used in Task 1 of this activity, with the board and elastics.- Evaluation

# 2014

## Activity 1 - Binary Numbers

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**the board and the cards were printed in A4 180g sulfite paper and plasticized. The cards with the number 1 were printed on yellow paper, the number 2 on blue paper, the number 4 on green paper, the number 8 on red paper and 16 on orange paper.**Exercises:**

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**in addition to the material in Task 1, a banner is also used as follows:**Exercises:**

### Task 3

- Class Plan
**Material:**the material is the same used in the first two tasks.**Exercises:**

### Task 4

- Class Plan
**Material:**Tampas de garrafa, 31 para cada dupla de alunos.**Exercises:**

### Task 5 - Evaluation

## Activity 2 - Coloring with the Numbers

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**screen made of Styrofoam with dimension 48cm x 48cm with 64 pixels of 6 cm x 6 cm. Squares made of black cardboard with dimensions 6cm x 6cm. Pins to fix non-Styrofoam squares.- Examples of Different Resolutions

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**is the same as that used in task 1 of this activity.**Exercises:**

### Task 3

- Class Plan
**Material:**Styrofoam screen for other tasks. Colorful squares of paper, in colors blue, brown, red, yellow, green, black and white; 6cm x 6cm dimensions.**Exercises:**

### Task 4

- Class Plan
**Material:**the same as task 3 of this activity.**Exercises:**

### Task 5

## Activity 3 - Sorting

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**A set of forty randomly numbered cards, thirty sets of eight cards for the extra activity if it is made and thirty trays with space A and B.**Exercises:**

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**For each pair of students was distributed a material containing ten pet bottles of 600ml, painted so that it can not see their contents and filled with different volumes of sand (with a difference of 100g from one to another), fifty cards of black paper of 8 cm X 8 cm and tray to position the bottles.**Exercises:**

### Task 3

- Class Plan
**Material:**For each pair of students, a kit containing 8 600ml pet bottles was distributed, so that it is not possible to see their contents and complete with different volumes of sand (with a difference of 100g from one another); 50 cards of 8cm x 8cm black cardboard and one tray with areas for bottles:**Exercises:**

### Task 4

- Class Plan
**Material:**For each pair of students a main board, an auxiliary board, two envelopes, a set of enumerated figures and a set of notes of a real.

### Task 5 - Review

- Class Plan
**Material:**Review exercise sheet.**Exercises:**

### Task 6

# 2015

## Activity 1 - Treasure Hunt

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**blank and filled maps of the treasure hunting game, printed on A4 sheet for students and in greater proportion to be fixed on the board by the teacher; sheets for students to mark their scores on rounds and prisms made of recyclable material (cardboard).**Exercises:**the exercises of this task consist of the rounds of the Treasure Hunt game.

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**blank maps, sheets, and prisms may be the same as task 1; the filled maps change because in this task the numbers are in order.**Exercises:**In this task, an exercise sheet was established to fix the search methods seen so far.

### Task 3

- Class Plan
**Material:**the sheets and prisms may be the same as the previous tasks; the blank and filled maps change since the numbers are now sorted by column.**Exercises:**

### Task 4

## Activity 2 - Guess Who?

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**printed cards from the game “Who am I?”.**Exercises:**the exercise of this task consists in the discussion of the concepts presented in this lesson and in their relation to the game “Who am I?”.

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**blank collecting sheets printed for students and a banner made with the characters from the “Guess Who?” game.**Exercises:**the exercise of this task consists of the analysis and data collection performed by the students when filling in the collection cards based on the characters of the game “Guess Who?”.

### Task 3

- Class Plan
**Material:**collecting sheets filled out by students in the past task or carrying the already completed printed version.**Exercises:**In this task, exercises are performed on the elements present in simple tables and on the construction of simple tables.

### Task 4

- Class Plan
**Material:**the same completed collection sheets used in task 3, and the banner with the “Guess Who?” characters used in task 2.**Exercises:**in this task exercises are performed on the elements present in double tables and on the construction of double tables; Tables representing invoices are also displayed..

### Task 5

- Class Plan
**Material:**only the exercise sheet on charts.**Exercises:**In this task, graphing exercises are performed from simple tables and double tables.

### Task 6

- Class Plan
**Material:**were made board and cardboard cards for the game “Guess Who”.**Exercises:**the exercise of this task consists of the matches of the game “Guess Who”.

### Task 7

## Activity 3 - Algorithms

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**whole sheets of paper and square craft sheets for the realization of origamis; and instructions for building the origami printed for students.**Exercises:**the exercises of this task consist in the construction of origamis and its relation with algorithms.

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**kits made of cardboard representing the commands of the algorithm and in greater proportion for exposure in the frame; maps printed on A4 sheets and in larger proportion for the frame; characters made of cardstock.**Exercises:**in this task, students must develop algorithms using the commands present in the kits, and the algorithm should take the character from the beginning to the end of the map, walking only where it is allowed.

### Task 3

- Class Plan
**Material:**all commands in task 2 are used, plus the commands: vest, use, and conditional, which are introduced in this task; maps printed on A4 sheets and in larger proportion for the board.**Exercises:**In this task, students develop algorithms on 3 maps: the first involving the vest and use commands, the second involving the conditional command and the third involving the 3 commands at the same time.

### Task 4

- Class Plan
**Material:**the same commands of task 3 are used; maps printed on A4 sheets and in larger proportion for the board.**Exercises:**In this task, students develop algorithms on 2 maps, both with the purpose of emphasizing the commands vest, use and conditional.

### Task 5

- Class Plan
**Material:**all commands seen so far are used, plus the command repeat, entered in this task; maps printed on A4 sheets and in larger proportion for the board.**Exercises:**In this task, students develop algorithms on 3 maps, all working with the repeat command.

### Task 6

- Class Plan
**Material:**all the commands of the previous tasks are used; maps printed on A4 sheets and in larger proportion for the board.**Exercises:**In this task, students develop algorithms on 3 maps, involving all the commands seen so far.

### Task 7

# 2016

## Activity - Introduction to Algorithms

### Task 1

- Class Plan
**Material:**The access blocks must be printed on 80 gram paper and plasticized for durability, so they are used on the floor.- Evaluation

### Task 2

- Class Plan
**Material:**path blocks should be printed on 80 gram sheet and plasticized for durability, since they are used on the floor. Also, blocks of paper commands, which simulate the blocks used in the software.- Evaluation

### Task 3

- Class Plan
**Material:**path blocks should be printed on 80 gram sheet and plasticized for durability, since they are used on the floor. Also, blocks of paper commands are used, which simulate the blocks used in the software and a map that contains three possible options to reach the end.- Evaluation

### Task 4

- Class Plan
**Material:**same material of the previous task, being different the form of application, since in this activity, the students must use the computer to develop the Algorithm.**Exercises:**- Evaluation

### Task 5

- Class Plan
**Material:**same materials from previous meetings, with the addition of two maps in which the objective is for the students to calculate the Computational Cost. Also, two exercise sheets for students to write on paper the solutions of the path they have chosen.**Exercises:**- Evaluation

### Task 6

- Class Plan
**Material:**same materials from previous meetings, with the addition of two maps in which the objective is for students to use the Repeat command to reduce the size of the Algorithm. Also, an exercise sheet for students to write on paper the solutions of the path in question.**Exercises:**- Evaluation

### Task 7

- Class Plan
**Material:**same materials from previous meetings, with the addition of two maps in which the objective is for students to use the Repeat command with more than one command inside. Also, two worksheets for students to write on paper the solutions of the paths in question.**Exercises:**- Evaluation

### Task 8

- Class Plan
**Material:**same materials from the previous meetings along with a map with three possible solutions to reach the end. Students should use everything they have learned so far to solve the Algorithm.**Exercises:**- Evaluation

### Task 9

- Class Plan
**Material:**same materials from previous meetings, with the addition of two maps in which the objective is for students to use the Repeat command with more than one command inside. Also, two worksheets for students to write on paper the solutions of the paths in question.**Exercises:**- Evaluation