## Free Support Resources for 8-9 year old children

Here you will find free resources which are mostly black-and -white photocopiable single-page PDFs. The first is meant to put Scratch with Ready-Steady-Code in context as a methodology for maths teaching and learning in K12 classrooms. The second is a single sheet overview of the flip book pictured above, for 8-9 year old children. It gives the lessons and their alignment to Maths and Computational Thinking concepts in Scratch for the age group. Finally, there are more than ten photocopiable children’s worksheets that are designed to follow discussion, question and answer and inquiry based-learning.

## Free Support Resources for 9-10 year old children

Here you will find free resources which are mostly black-and -white photocopiable single-page PDFs. The first is meant to put Scratch with Ready-Steady-Code in context as a methodology for maths teaching and learning in K12 classrooms. The second is a single sheet overview of the flip book pictured above, for 9-10 year old children. It gives the lessons and their alignment to Maths and Computational Thinking concepts in Scratch for the age group. Finally, there are more than ten photocopiable children’s worksheets that are designed to follow discussion, question and answer and inquiry based-learning.

## Free Support Resources for 10-11 year old children

Here you will find free resources which are mostly black-and -white photocopiable single-page PDFs. The first is meant to put Scratch with Ready-Steady-Code in context as a methodology for maths teaching and learning in K12 classrooms. The second is a single sheet overview of the flip book pictured above, for 10-11 year old children. It gives the lessons and their alignment to Maths and Computational Thinking concepts in Scratch for the age group. Finally, there are more than ten photocopiable children’s worksheets that are designed to follow discussion, question and answer and inquiry based-learning.

## Free Support Resources for 11-12 year old children

Here you will find free resources which are mostly black-and -white photocopiable single-page PDFs. The first is meant to put Scratch with Ready-Steady-Code in context as a methodology for maths teaching and learning in K12 classrooms. The second is a single sheet overview of the flip book pictured above, for 11-12 year old children. It gives the lessons and their alignment to Maths and Computational Thinking concepts in Scratch for the age group. Finally, there are more than ten photocopiable children’s worksheets that are designed to follow discussion, question and answer and inquiry based-learning.

## Free Support Resources for 12-13 year old children

Here you will find free resources which are mostly black-and -white photocopiable single-page PDFs. The first is meant to put Scratch with Ready-Steady-Code in context as a methodology for maths teaching and learning in K12 classrooms. The second is a single sheet overview of the flip book pictured above, for 12-13 year old children. It gives the lessons and their alignment to Maths and Computational Thinking concepts in Scratch for the age group. Finally, there are more than ten photocopiable children’s worksheets that are designed to follow discussion, question and answer and inquiry based-learning.

## Free Resources for teachers of students 13+ years

The first resource here puts Scratch with Ready-Steady-Code in context for understanding maths learning objectives in lower secondary schools. There is a PDF with fifteen interactive links directlly to short, practical Scratch projects. They cover Area, Perimeter & Circumference, Triangles, Angles, Pythagoras, 3D-Volume, Graphs, Charts, Algebra, Problem-solving Logic supported by Scratch +RSC. One resource shows the relationship between graph paper and Scratch so students can acquire a better understanding of coordinates through correlation between the grid in their copybooks and the coordinated plane on the Scratch stage. There are several lessons aligned to Maths and Computational Thinking concepts in Scratch for the age group.