Scope and Sequence Resources - teach coding to all age groups K-12 with predesigned scope and sequence. 
Materials needed: Computer/Chromebook/Tablet
Common Sense Media -
Free K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum. Ready-to-teach lessons to address your changing needs in the classroom. 
Computer Science for All in San Fransisco - Provides lesson plans utilizing Scratch & Scratch jr., Bee-Bots, and many other resources.  Designed for students grades PK-12. 
Great Resource for scope and sequence PK-12
Write, run, & debug code in any web browser, no account or downloads are needed. Manager rosters, lessons, assignments, and progress for any type of classroom.  60+ free courses for 6-12 grade students. 
Air@NE Scope and Sequence K-5
Cohort 2 of Air@NE created a scope and sequence utilizing various different sets of scope and sequence.  Most of these lessons are easily executed without anything more than a computer or tablet. 

Teaching Resources

Books to Teach With 
There are so many great resources related to Computer Science - below we have outlined a few books that are a great supplement to use in your classes. 
Hello Ruby - Book Series
Hello Ruby - Book Series

Hello, Ruby’s founder Linda is a programmer, storyteller, and illustrator from Helsinki, Finland.

Linda is a central figure in the world of programming and has worked on edutech already before it was called that. Linda is a Codecademy alumni and the founder of Rails Girls, a global phenomenon teaching the basics of programming for young women all over the world. Having never really outgrown fairytales, Linda sees the web as a maze of stories and wants to hear more diverse voices in that world.

Code in Every Class 
Code in Every Class provides all of the reasons teachers should embrace teaching coding in their classrooms. It can easily be used as a guide for convincing teachers/administrators the importance of students learning the skills behind coding, which are thinking skills!
You can Dance to these Rhythms - What are Algorithms. 
Meet your coding instructors—computer-savvy cats! Playful rhyming verse from best-selling author Brian P. Cleary introduces young readers to key coding concepts like syntax and algorithms, and fun illustrations further clarify the topics.
3rd party curriculum and professional development opportunities recommended by an independent committee of experts convened by the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA).
There are so many options for activities to teach computer science without the use of a computer!!! Type caption here


Scratch - The world's largest coding community for children.  A free resource designed for students 8-16. 
Materials needed: Computer/Chromebook/Tablet
Google CS First
CS First empowers every teacher to teach computer science with tools and resources that are free!! Students learn through video tutorials and block-based coding.
Makey Makey 
Makey Makey is an academic and artistic project based site. Invent Everywhere!


Although you don't need to have robots to teach computer science the following resources are all about robots!
Designed specifically for young children, the Bee-Bot is easy to operate with only 7 buttons for navigation. 
Dot \ Dash \ Cue
These robots are able to respond to voices, navigate objects, dance, and sing. Can be used with Wonder Blockly or other coding apps. Each robot is designed for a specific age range. from PK-11+.
Two ways to code!! Screen-fee with Color Codes or advance to block-backed programming with Ozobot Blockly.
The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together.  It has LED lights display, buttons, sensors, and many input/output features.