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Guiteras Elementary School Library: Hour of Code

2017 Hour of Code at Guiteras Library

There are many options for Hour of Code learning activities.  

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2017 Hour of Code: Minecraft - Hero's Journey

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2016 Hour of Code - Minecraft Designer

Finished 2016 Hour of Code Project? Try Scratch!

Try learning from these Scratch resources!

2015 Hour of Code Projects

Guiteras School will be participating the in 2015 Hour of Code!

For Minecraft Hour of Code Project, click on this image:

Challenge: For the Javascript and Blocks Hour of Code Project, click on this image:






Use this interactive video made by Grade 4 Students to learn about Hour of Code!

2015 Guiteras Library Hour of Code Video Timeline Story

2014 Hour of Code with Frozen!

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Students: Access the Angry Birds 2013 Hour of Code Project

Write Your Own Computer Program

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Finished the Hour of Code?  Try the PlayLab Hour of Code!

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Hour of Code at Guiteras School

Students in Grades 3 through 5 will be participating in the Hour of Code!

The Hour of Code national campaign has an ambitious goal: to introduce 10 million students to one hour of computer science. Guiteras students will use the "Write Your First Computer Program" activity at school. 
The activity's description is "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."
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By participating in the an Hour of Code project, we take another step toward to the goal that "the Library should be more of a kitchen than a grocery store" (Joyce Valenza, TED Talk).  Students will be learning how to create content - in this case code. 

There are many other activities - both online and offline - available for family fun at home.  The offline activities only require a paper, pencil or other common household items to enjoy.

2016 Hour of Code - Moana

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Code: Another Way to Look at Literacy