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Computational thinking is a way of thinking that converts real-world problems and solutions in a structure that a computer can understand. You don't need to have a computer in front of you to learn it and it can be learned through playing simple games or thought exercises that don't seem to have anything to do with computers!

Resources

  • CS Unplugged activities that cover a variety of computer science and computational thinking concepts, in a variety of (human) languages. Just follow the instructions on the sheet!