ISTE Standard Five
How does the attached lesson connect to ISTE Standard Five, which says—Students break problems into component parts, extract key information, and develop descriptive models to understand complex systems or facilitate problem-solving.
How does the lesson connect to one or more of the four “pillars” (Decomposition, Pattern Matching, Abstraction, and Debugging) – focus on the computational thinking skills children are learning that provides a foundation for future learning as they progress through school.
Discuss how the lesson aids in the learning experience for the child, specifically connected to the integration of the science and non-science subject (math, literacy, social studies, and so forth). Please focus on connecting science and non-science concepts!
Explain how connecting outdoor experiences makes this unplugged activity meaningful to the child.