Code.org is an international organization with a goal of introducing as many students as possible to Computer Science. The Hour of Code offers on line tutorials to show students the basics of computer programming. During Computer Science Week, Code.org wants to introduce millions of students to these concepts. Sue Rose, Librarian at Chester Barrows Elementary School, created this Guide to help students use, enjoy and learn from what Code.org offers. Have fun!
Resources for Educators can be found Here.
Here are all of the links and resources that you need to find and play these games and tutorials.
There are about 177 NEW tutorials for Hour of Code! (that's a lot!) These can be filtered by grade level, experience level, and platform. This is where all of the tutorials are housed. You can find other resources here, too.
Here's a new tutorial starring the characters of Ice Age! or, click the picture below.
Here's the BRAND NEW Mine Craft Designer Tutorial. Click on the image below and then click on the image to the LEFT to get into the tutorial.
(The Moana tutorial will be VERY popular during Computer Science week and it may take a long time to load. You might want to try this one out AFTER Computer Science Week. :-))
Here's the Star Wars Code Tutorial. Or, click the picture below.
Here's the Minecraft Adventure Tutorial. Or, click the picture below.
Click the above link to find the awesome "Frozen" tutorial. The video introductions are embedded in these sites.
Write your Very First Code with Angry Birds!
Program Santa's elves to dance!
This is just too fun... the best way for younger students to learn how to code!
This is a place to learn more, and to find additional resources.
Be sure to check out all of the other resources on the main Hour of Code page.
Check out the following following for more resources to follow up on your Hour of Code. All of these are free sources. Code.org has free courses and tutorials to get you started!
CodeCombat - Hour of Code