Series in Coding Lesson


Get young learners up and moving with this interactive lesson that will teach them the concept of a series of code. 



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Teach PreK and Kindergarteners what a series is. After downloading this resources, you will receive a complete lesson to use with primary students that will introduce them to the concept of series in code.

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This resource includes: 

  • Standards Based lesson that outlines how to teach series. The lesson is designed around a read aloud and movement activity. Standards are listed below. 
  • 8 pages of cards for the game Programmer Says. A game that has kids up and moving as they follow a series of code. Available in color and black and white. 
  • Directions to play the game Programmer Says as an entire class and in partnerships. 
  • Programmer Says slideshow to use during the lesson as a whole class. 
  • List of suggested read alouds that will teach the concept of a series. And provides you with flexibility in choosing a book that you have in your class or school library.


This activity meets the following standards:


  • Learners participate in ongoing inquiry-based process.
  • Learners construct new knowledge.
  • Learners develop through experience and reflection.


  • Students understand how automation works and use algorithmic thinking to develop a sequence of steps to create and test automated solutions.


  • Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
  • Model with mathematics.Look for and make use of structure.


  • Create programs that include sequences, events, loops, and conditionals.