Authentic Maths Contexts
Maths is interwoven through computational thinking. It is difficult to find a computational thinking activity that doesn't incorporate some maths skills and/or concepts.
 There are many algorithms used in maths, talk to students about how these algorithms can help us once we understand the concepts behind them.
 Students can design flowcharts for things like finding the lowest common denominator.
 Position and Movement activities provide many contexts for developing computational thinking skills including developing algorithms, debugging etc.
 C.T. P.O. 1 Exemplar 1: Collecting Pollen
 C.T. P.O. 2 Exemplar 3: Getting to the Hive
 C.T. P.O.3 Exemplar 6: Dance Moves  position & movement including use of x & y coordinates.
 C.T. P.O. 3 Exemplar 7: Climbing Stairs  right angle turns and use of x & y coordinates.
Binary
Binary code is an important element of computational thinking. There are numerous activities, both plugged and unplugged where students can use binary code. For more on binary code take a look at the Data Representation page. For videos on binary have a look at the Binary page. 
