I start by questioning who knows what "programming" is. Most students don't know the correct answer, so I use the words "coding" or "computer programming". Some students start to guess closer. I talk about games they play on technology and how each game they play have 100,000 lines of codes or more in them.
Depending on the Grade Level, I then show them one of three tech resources: Kodable, LightBot, or Code.org. This is done using Apple TV and a projector. The students must understand that the program will not work unless you tell them each individual steps. The students tell me what icons/arrows/buttons to use to allow the program to work. The students LOVE this. We do two or three puzzles together.
Students need to share one thing that they learned while coding. It might be about team work, their partner, the app they played, or about coding. I talk to them about where the resources are if they want to play more.