Code.org aimed to get 10 millions students learning how to code. More than 19 millions students participated! Students in grades 2-4 will be exposed to "Coding" this year using Code.org. They will have the opportunity to program and help foster critical thinking. Students will be encouraged to play on code.org to continue programming, and how knows we may have the next great programmer! K-1 will be coding as well but use another website called Koable.org.


The site, code.org, was designed for students to play and design basic things and learn some basic programming concepts using games. Students can have fun programming in an interactive environment. 



 HOUR OF CODE

Games
https://studio.code.org/s/dance-2019/stage/1/puzzle/1
 

 2nd Grade
https://game.kodable.com/hour-of-code
 

https://www.brainpop.com/games/tynkerpuppyadventure/

http://monstercoding.com/app.html#lab/:en/:mystery_island/:4/:0 
https://www.tynker.com/hour-of-code/
 http://partners.disney.com/hour-of-code?cds&cmp=vanity%7Cnatural%7Cus%7Cmoanahoc%7Chttps://studio.code.org/flappy/1 
 3-4th Grade
Making a game with coding
  
https://studio.code.org/s/frozen/stage/1/puzzle/1
https://studio.code.org/s/sports/stage/1/puzzle/1

More HOUR OF CODE GAMES
 
http://partners.disney.com/hour-of-code?cds&cmp=vanity%7Cnatural%7Cus%7Cmoanahoc%7C
https://code.org/minecraft
 
https://code.org/starwars
Flappy Birds 
https://studio.code.org/flappy/1 
AI for Ocean 



 

     






Would you like to animate? The creators of "Hour of Code" create a cool interactive environment for elementary students to get their feet wet with animation. If animation is something you always wanted to try. Then, click the link below and start animating!