The coded images Avengers are a great activity for boys. After the Disney princesses it’s time for the Avengers. That’s why Spiderman, Iron Man and Hulk are waiting to be decoded. It’s safe to say that it is learning through play. Because coded images introduce kids to the world of algorithms and programming.
Decoding of pictures consists in coloring the template based on the legend under the table, where the colors and their coordinates are marked. It’s a bit like a battleship game, but this time instead of a sea battle a colorful picture is created.
If you are looking for version for girls take a look at the coded images of Disney proncesses.
For this activity you only need printed work cards and crayons.
Optionally, hama beads along with a square washer will also be useful if you plan to use decoded images as templates.
Example of Spiderman card
Coded images Avengers
The rules for decoding the image are simple, however making the whole picture requires attention and focus. The legend at the bottom of the page shows where to use each color on the grid. To make it easier and to track your progress, you can cross out the already completed instruction.
As the example, start with a black pencil from the square F1, and first color 7 squares: F1, G1, H1, I1, J1, K1 and L1.
This is how Spiderman should look like.
The templates for Avengers come from Pinterest.
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