- Graph paper: A sheet with two 400*400 grids, for students to sketch their drawings on before transferring the numbers to code. That was inspired by a Programming teacher in the Los Altos School District, who starts off her students with an exercise where they turn code into a drawing on graph paper, before they even know what code is. In our workshop, the students used the paper mostly for the Design an Animal project.
- Cheat sheet: A one-pager with our documentation – it’s literally our documentation in paper form. I encourage students to use the online documentation ultimately, but some students found it handy to have a physical paper to look at when they’re starting to learn, so that they don’t have to scroll their code off screen.
If you are using our curriculum for in-person workshop or teaching, you might like to make copies of those for your students. If you’re using any other handy handouts, please do share with us here.