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DISCUSSION GUIDES - FREE!
The discussion guide for Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code
will encourage your students to critically thinking about such themes as persistence, originality, and problem solving.
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The curriculum guide for Ada Lovelace and the Thinking Machine
is designed for students in first through fourth grade. It offers activities to help teachers integrate the book into English language arts (ELA), mathematics, science, and social studies curricula. All activities were created in conjuction with relevant standards. They are Common Core alligned in both math and ELA. Parents will also find this guide useful.
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ACTIVITY BOOK - FREE!
Design your own flying machine, do a dot-to-dot picture of a flying horse, or find geometric shapes all around us. These are all activities Ada might have enjoyed.
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STEM-RELATED WORD SEARCHES - FREE!
Ada Byron Lovelace loved solving puzzles involving STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) like these STEM-related word searches.
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