Coding

 Learn about “C0ding”, or the ability to write and edit computer code.

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Hour of Coding Links:

  1. Google Hour of Code- program a Google Logo using SCRATCH (MIT’s programming app for everyone)  Student SURVEY for when done with the lesson.
  2. Code.org   —> Sign in with your GOOGLE account

 

  1. Lightbot 2015-  Coding with procedures (sequence of directions) and loops (repeating of procedures) –  Light-bot is also an iPad app
  2. Hour of Code- Minecraft
  3. Hour of CodeStar Wars
  4. TYNKER- Hour of Code learning activities- program monsters for battle, race cars, etc
  5. KHAN Academy- Learn to code Java Script- log in with your SPS Google account to earn badge points!
  6. Coding.org “Frozen” “hour of coding” challenge (included rotating in a certain number of degrees). This introduces “loops” in lesson #4,
  7. Coding.org “dog and cat talking PLAY LAB”-drag-and-drop programming to make animals have a conversation
  8. Coding.org “Artist” drag=and-drop programming for making drawings.  This includes turning at specific angles.
  9. The FOOSprogramming for younger students. (CHOOSE COMPUTER version, there is also a free app)
  10. Code MONKEY– pretty basic, not using images but using coding language.– You can SAVE your progress by using your classroom GOOGLE account.
  11. Tyker Game Design–  Create a Card, Puppy Adventures, Arcade Shoot, Candy Quest, and more!
  12. FLAPPY BIRD: Learn how to make a bird fly and earn points.  Focuses on “event handlers”

More Advanced Coding

  1. Bits Bot- game design (computer access only) – ADVANCED
  2. Make Games with Us (computer access only)- ADVANCED
  3. Robo-Mind Programming– uses coding (ADVANCED)

Entire Courses Available for free

  1. Coding.org  20 hour “Computer Science” Coding series of lessons.

 

Learn about “C0ding”, or the ability to write and edit computer code.

coding-paired-programming

What is the “Hour of Coding”? BASIC RESOURCES

  1. Hour of Coding main page with information for educators and parents
  2. How to RUN an “Hour of Code” video
  3. Hour of Code- resources with videos, etc
  4. “Hour of Code” Event Resources

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