I teach a middle school coding course. We have done a very basic python introduction. For their first project, they wrote and coded their own MadLibs. For the upcoming project, they are going to choose from a list of projects using variables, numbers, and operators (mostly basic calculators, tip calculator, etc.).
The issue comes in that I have one student who has a concussion and limited screen time making it impossible for them to complete this project by the end of the quarter. Does anyone have any ideas for an unplugged project that would parallel what the others are working on?
UPDATE: I ended up doubling the work for the project (create two projects instead of one) and letting the students work in partners. That way she could assist in the actual coding and work on paper for everything else instead of having to be solely responsible for the computer code. I believe the student is also going to save some of their limited screen time for my class to help get the project done. Thanks everyone!