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Kinder and First

  • Kinder Course 1
    A basic tool to learn the drag and drop function for Blockly coding through code.org. Progresses to an angry bird coding tutorial for pre-readers.
  • Tynker
    Candy Quest is a beginning coding game for our youngest learners.

    Puppy Adventure is a good game to try as a next step.

Second and Third

  • Code with Anna and Elsa
    Join Anna and Elsa to explore the magic and beauty of ice at code.org.
  • Angry Birds Basic Coding
    Use Angry Birds to learn the drag and drop basics of coding at code.org.
  • Lightbot
    A tutorial for beginning coders.
  • Tynker
    Candy Quest is a beginning coding game to get started.

    Animated Card Creator lets you create fun greeting cards that you can send to others.

Fourth and Fifth

  • Angry Birds Basic Coding
    Use Angry Birds to learn the drag and drop basics of coding at code.org.
  • Scratch
    Animate your name, design a holiday card, or create a pong game using Scratch!
  • Lightbot
    A tutorial for beginning coders.
  • Tynker
    Animated Card Creator lets you create a fun greeting card you can share with others.

    Pattern Maker lets you experiment with pen commands to draw. My Art Studio teaches you to create an app that is a drawing tool you can use to draw pictures.

    Dragon Dash allows you to go on an epic quest for treasure with your own custom dragon.
  


 

2014 Hour of Code Launch Video

 

Hour of Code Promo

Video downloaded from code.org.

 

Rockstars, Wizards, and Coders--Oh My!

Video downloaded from code.org.

 

President Obama Encourages Coding

 

Share your projects!

To view the spreadsheet with the finished projects, click here.

 

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Google: Made w/Code

Made with Code inspires girls to pursue their dreams with code. Anyone can have fun with this!

  • Made with Code
    Homepage for fun coding projects that will appeal to girls.
  • Beats
    This mission requires a soundtrack that you compose!
  • Yeti
    Design a Yeti and make it dance!
  • Accessorizer
    Have fun styling a selfie with crazy features and accessories.

All Ages

  • Make a Flappy Game
    Make your own Flappy Bird game to put on your own phone!
  • Bitsbox
    Learn to code by designing apps on an imaginary tablet using Javascript, then run the app on a real tablet! Requires you to create an account.
  • Lightbot
    A tutorial for beginning coders.
 

Coding Apps

Here are some coding apps for kids:The Foos (Great for non-readers)

  • The Foos (Great for non-readers)
  • Kodable (Good for non-readers)
  • Daisy the Dino
  • Lightbot
  • Tynker
  • Hopscotch
  • Cargo-Bot
  


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