The Week of the Hour of Code for 2017 has passed, but it was meant to serve as an introduction to CODE Exploration. This can continue! Click this link to take a look at these 5 reasons To Get Coding from littleBits.But you can do it/ learn it/ play with it anytime! New activities to capture your attention and get you to play so you can see what CODE is, and can be! Commit to giving it a try!NEW GAME to Try! Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off the global effort to introduce students to computer science. The prime minister coded a simple game featuring his favorite sport, joining the world’s top athletes that are encouraging students globally to try the Hour of Code in a new Code.org video.What is the Hour of Code? The Hour of Code is an opportunity designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.
Be a part of the Worldwide event! Whether you are already writing code, or know nothing about code but want to learn, take a look at the PSAs below and then go to Code.org and choose some characters to 'give directions to'. Scratch.org is included in this year's introductory activities.
- Activities - Course 2 - "Unplugged activities" can be done without a computer!
PSAs (Public Service Announcement)Writing with Purpose. 4 text sets on Coding for reading and response
- Activities - Course 3 - "Unplugged activities" can be done without a computer!
Last Modified on January 24, 2018