Coding Capers Resource Bundle

Downloadable resources to go with the book!


SKU: RD-005-Net

We have created Resource Bundles so you can dive deeper into the lessons taught in our picture books. Each of our Resource Bundles contains various activities you can use with children, such as, worksheets, coloring pages, posters, craftivities, and games.


  • Code Your Initials Worksheet
  • Find Luci Worksheet
  • Drawing with Algorithms Partner Activity
  • Everyday Algorithms
  • A Better World with Technology Worksheet
  • I Can Do This Worksheet
  • Posters inspired by the book

*Resource Bundles are downloadable PDFs. You will have immediate access to download the bundles once your order is complete. A link will also be included in your confirmation email. Save the PDF for future use. You may not share a resource bundle with your school or district. It may only be used with your students and class.

Written by Angela Cleveland, Tamara Zentic
Illustrated by Juan Manuel Moreno
Grades 3-6
11 pages
Release Date November 21, 2019

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Angela Cleveland, M.S.Ed., M.Ed, MA has 15 years of experience as a school counselor, and she received the “2017 New Jersey School Counselor of the Year” award. Cleveland serves on the New Jersey School Counselor Association (NJSCA) Executive Board and is the NJSCA webmaster. She is currently the Program Director for NCWIT Counselors for Computing. Cleveland founded ReigningIt, a story-sharing platform and support network to champion women in STEM.

Tamara Zentic is the author of educational books that teach technology lessons, social skills, and executive function, to students of all ages. Zentic is a veteran middle school teacher with more than 20 years of experience. In addition to having a master’s degree in youth development, she has written and implemented a computer programming curriculum for her students. Tamara has presented her coding instruction and projects to AMLE, the Nebraska State Administrator’s Conference and the 2018 Kansas Counselor’s Conference as well as other local groups and conferences. Her students were the Samsung Solve For Tomorrow 2015 State Winners and have won other various prizes with their computer programming skills. She is an active member of CSTA. Tamara is a firm believer that computer coding is the language of the future and a necessary life skill for all youth.

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