I am just checking that it would be okay to skip Unit 5 in the CS Discoveries course. It seems like students wouldn't be missing any skills practice that they would need for Unit 6 Circuit Playground.
The curriculum is open sourced and you can work around however you'd like - I'd suggest that you do a few of the Unit 5 lessons that get students thinking about data and how to organize it before you get to Unit 6 and working with Arrays starting in Lesson 10. Students will need to have an idea of how computers store information so that they can use it to recall certain information and access certain LED lights.
Great. That is exactly the kind of advice that I was looking for.
Do you think Lesson 9: Problem Solving and Data, Lesson 10: Problem Solving with Big Data, and Lesson 11: Structuring Data will cover enough?