Computational Thinking Worksheet

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What is the theory behind this worksheet?

Computational thinking involves breaking down a problem into sufficiently simple steps so that even a computer would understand it. 

Seemingly basic activities comprise multiple steps, and overlooking or misplacing even one step can lead to significant complications. For example, consider the task of brushing your teeth. Although it appears simple, the process involves numerous steps. Initially, you gather a toothbrush and toothpaste, locate a sink with cold water, apply toothpaste to the brush, and remember to turn on the water and put your brush underneath.

Computational thinking nurtures skill sets that are significant to prospective job opportunities. With computer science ranking as the fastest-expanding job sector, individuals with developed computational thinking skills are in high demand among employers seeking qualified candidates.

How will the worksheet help?

This worksheet will give you basic information about computational thinking. You will also get some practical ideas about how you can practice different aspects of computational thinking with various age groups.

How to use the worksheet?

Print or save the worksheet and use it as a tool with your students.

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Siu, K. (2022). What is Computational Thinking? Retrieved from:, on January 26, 2024.