No Chromebook and No Backpack!?!?! What ever shall we do? To supplement the other cool content area activities you are working on her are some “unplugged” off-line Activities for Computer Science and Coding to engage your students. These include printable sheets and hands on activities.







Google Waffle Clean Up

Bookmark All Tabs

Hidden Bookmarks Bar

Letters vs Number Sorting

Here is a SMART Lumio sorting activity that asks students to determine if each character is a letter or a number and then move it to the correct speaker to hear the guitar scream!

Forms of Energy

Here is a little lesson on forms of energy (light, sound, and heat). There are some check for understanding questions after the lesson. Then a Memory matching game to prove your students knowledge and comprehension. This lesson was made in SMART Lumio for an interactive display panel.

Beginning Sounds Memory Game

Here is a SMART Lumio memory matching game that gives student consonant blends and diagraphs that they must match with the correct object with that starting sound.

Upper Case and Lower Case Matching Activities

Here are a few SMART Lumio matching activities that ask your students to identify matching pairs of upper and lower case letters.

Needs v Wants

Challenge your students to prove their mastery of Needs vs Wants with this Lumio SMART board gameshow.

Starts With Letter Sorting Activities

Here are a series of SMART board Super Sorter activities. Each Activity includes 12 images that must be sorted between two letters based on the letter they begin with.

Floor Plan Square Footage Activity

TEKS 5.5(B)(2): Specifies the specific standard within the Measurement and Data section, focusing on relating area to multiplication and solving problems for finding the area of rectangles.

Have an absolute blast with your students, diving into their own utopian educational environment. This activity asks students to develop Google Sheets skills and practice finding the area of rectangles while designing their own little dream school. It also tosses in some Canva design practice.

Google Slides Captions

Place Value Mega Activity

Here are 29 little place value activities of 6 different types. Use these to engage your students and practice their place value skills.

YouTube Trim Clip in Google Slides

Insert your video into a Google Slides presentation.
Go to the video’s format options.
Set the desired start and stop times.

Match Number and Quantity 0-5

Here is a quick matching game that asks students to match a number with the correct quantity of items. This activity is in Lumio and intended to be played on a SMART interactive display but it is not required.

Numbers 0-5

Here is an activity that asks students to select the correct number for each slide. This activity focuses on the pregame introduction of a basketball team which is manned by players 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. As they players are introduced students move the correct player from the sidelines to the court. This activity is in Lumio so it has interactive elements and is designed to be player on a SMART board but does not have to be. If you don’t have a SMART board try a wireless mouse.


Themed after the 1985 Arcade bombshell Gauntlet, I offer to you Gauntkit. If you have a pro Gimkit account you can play this with your students. Just plug in question sets for your content area.

Elkonin Digital Interactive

Here is a digital interactive set of Elkonin boxes. All of the elements are set to clone infinitely.

This is made in Lumio, which is not my favorite program but it is what we have for SMART boards. My best advice for this and all Lumio activities is to make a new copy of it each time you use it in case you forget to undo every move before closing it. Or you may have to delete the elements you pulled from the lists. Also you could duplicate and delete the slides in your copy as much as you would like.

Write your name activity: Bunny Rabbit Tea Party

Here is an activity that asks students to write their name on a name tag for the bunny rabbit tea party. Yes, I know you are already thinking it, yes you should build a bunny rabbit tea party in your class the day you do this activity. Probably have everyone make bunny ears to wear and physical sticker name tags too. Then you would be a super teacher. Students may use their finger or stylus to write their name on a virtual name tag. This activity is designed to be completed on a smart interactive display panel.

Simple Addition 0-5

Here is a simple addition activity which uses the numbers 0-5. Students must find math problems, and determine the answer they are looking for to find it in the memory match board. This activity is made in Lumio and would be enjoyed very well on a smart interactive display. It is also playable on most any other device.