Primary : Coding With Tech
Use your creativity and imagination to bring the Google logo to life using code. Make the letters dance, tell a story or create a game. With Scratch and CS First, anyone can become a designer and programmer for the day! Teacher Notes: https://csfirst.withgoogle.com/en/logo-teachers
Monsters have taken Myra's dream. Learn coding skills to help her cross bridges, fly through the air, and swim underwater to get back her dream. Actimator is a Web-based visual environment for creating games and science simulations collaboratively, as well as publishing them for the Web and as mobile apps. Teacher notes: https://www.actimator.com/hoc/teacher-notes
Hopscotch is a simple programming tool on the iPad/iPhone, beloved by millions of students for its freedom of creative expression. Watch your students squeal with delight as they create their own "Don't Drop the Phone" games! This self-guided video tutorial teaches kids ages 8+ programming basics while they code customized editions of this popular game. Teacher notes: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RGemrXzGy_KWm3ZznzsyeT8ZUIJnWRz5ULE0pHL-rWM
Hour of Code with Switch & Glitch teaches students about programming, loops, and debugging. Program cute robots and save the world with your coding skills! Switch & Glitch lets your students play the hero! Using a visual interface, they program cute robots and help them save the day. This activity teaches children aged 5-10 the basics of programming, loops, and the art of debugging. The galaxy needs you!
With Scratch, you can create your own interactive games, stories, animations -- and share them with your friends. To get started, make an interactive music project. Activity cards and a workshop guide are also available for free on scratch.mit.edu. Teacher notes: http://resources.scratch.mit.edu/www/guides/en/MusicGuide.pdf
Let's use code to join Anna and Elsa as they explore the magic and beauty of ice. You will create snowflakes and patterns as you ice-skate and make a winter wonderland that you can then share with your friends! Teacher notes: https://code.org/hourofcode/frozen
Do the Hour of Code with Kodable! Team up with the fuzzFamily for an hour of code with your kids. Easy to follow programming lessons along with a fun game give you all the tools and resources you need to help them learn basic computer science concepts. No signup required. Teaccher notes: https://www.kodable.com/hour-of-code/lessons
A robot is sent to an unknown planet to discover if humanity could establish a new settlement. It explores the planet to find shelter and discovers and interacts with the local population. As the player, you will experience various Artificial Intelligence techniques to teach the robot how to recognize animals and plants, understand a new language, dialogue with the inhabitants etc. Teacher notes: https://hourofcodeai.accenture.com/assets/teachers_notes.pdf
Learn the basic concepts of Computer Science with drag and drop programming. This is a game-like, self-directed tutorial starring video lectures by Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Angry Birds and Plants vs. Zombies. Learn repeat-loops, conditionals, and basic algorithms. Available in 37 languages. Teacher notes: https://code.org/hourofcode/hourofcode
Lightbot is a game that asks players to use programming logic to solve puzzles! Gain a practical understanding of basic coding concepts by guiding Lightbot to light up all the blue tiles in each level. Learn how to sequence instructions, write procedures, and utilize loops along the way in this self-guided activity. Great for all ages and all skill levels. Teacher notes: http://lightbot.com/resources.html
This blog highlights various coding activities, with and without technology.
Students use a drag-to-text toolkit that allows them to start coding in Python right away! Students complete a set of guided practice activities in which they learn how to use and modify a variety of programming commands. Then, they apply these skills to create their own cheer routine! Teacher notes: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-eikSAMO8spa3RCejVSVzNNemM
Pirate Plunder takes place in an engaging 3D environment in which students help our pirate captain to reach his treasure by dragging and dropping visual blocks to write code. Students climb, fight, collect, and walk their way through challenges of increasing complexity while learning to create efficient code with loops and write intelligent behaviour with conditions. This activity is targeted to kids aged 7+ and first-time-coders. On top of that, anyone with a smartphone and a mobile VR headset will be able to explore their solved tasks in VR.
Your students will be so excited when they code their own (explosion free!) fireworks app! Hopscotch is a simple programming tool on the iPad/iPhone, beloved by millions of students for its freedom of creative expression. This self-guided video tutorial teaches kids age 8+ programming basics while they code custom versions of interactive fireworks. Teacher notes: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uJX4pWW5anqSlHm6Q6OpWQG-Ol0hv4SaApbz4AKE1ak
Hopscotch is a simple programming tool on the iPad/iPhone, beloved by millions of students for its freedom of creative expression. With this self-guided video tutorial, your students will make their own versions of Crossy Road! Kids ages 8+ will be exposed to the basics of programming while they code customized editions of this App Store favorite. teacher notes: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwKFT8tX5oZVbUM2UXhrTGJnQzg
Get kids into coding with this friendly course specially designed for the Hour of Code! Use drag-and-drop blocks to write your own programs, learn about sequence and ordering, and create fun monster characters! teacher notes: https://groklearning.com/hoc/activity/monster-maker/lesson-plan/
Art and technology unite! With Kano's Street Art Hour of Code challenges, creative minds of all abilities will code with a paintbrush, making beautiful, unique artwork. Along the way, makers will learn computer science principles while using a real programming language in an intuitive and engaging way. With our teacher resources and guided content, everyone can get in on the fun. teacher notes: https://kano.me/educators/hour-of-code