Keep on Coding!

Why Code?

In a society dominated by technology and innovation, programming is an essential skill that every child should learn, regardless of what they choose to study. Through coding, students are able to incorporate their creativity into designing their own product while simultaneously learning problem-solving skills and how to break-down a large problem, whether it be technology-related or a personal task. Coding gives us the opportunity to manipulate our computers and bring our screens to life!

What Most Schools Don’t Teach Explained by Code Stars

Hear from both the stars themselves! The famous video explains why coding is an invaluable skill for everyone.

Video Description: Learn about a new “superpower” that isn’t being taught in 90% of US schools.
Starring Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg,, Chris Bosh, Jack Dorsey, Tony Hsieh, Drew Houston, Gabe Newell, Ruchi Sanghvi, Elena Silenok, Vanessa Hurst, and Hadi Partovi. Directed by Lesley Chilcott, executive producers Hadi and Ali Partovi

“Code stars”

Coding-the new literacy:

Code Studio (by

Brought to you by, code studio incorporates a variety of engaging activities for students ages 5-105! Try one of the pre-made courses now!

Code Academy

Code Academy is an interactive, student-guided introduction to the basics of Computer science that is used by millions of students worldwide. Sign up now to complete your own project by learning through slides, quizzes and tutorials!

Khan Academy

Khan Academy focuses on the different programming languages in Computer science and is great for mastering the basics creating visuals with your own code!

Courses for Beginners:

Courses for Intermediate level students:

Phone or Tablet specific

Computer Science Unplugged

Computer science is an invaluable skill that incorporates problem-solving and breaking down a large task into smaller pieces. Want to practice your coding skills even without a computer? Try some of the tutorials below!

What is Computer science – Learn what Computer science truly is, whether it be with or without a Computer!

My Robotic Friend (All ages, group activity) – Using a pre-defined “Robot Vocabulary” students will figure out how to guide each other to accomplish specific tasks without discussing them first. This lesson teaches students how to connect between symbols and actions, as well as how to debut them code.

Conditionals with Cards (Ages 8-12, group activity) – Learn about algorithms and conditional statements in this activity using a deck of cards

Binary Baubles (All ages) – Students learn how to represent and store letters in binary, as functions of on and off.

Fuzz Family Frenzy by Kodable (All ages, group activitiy) – Designed to help explain programming logic to all students through obstacles and games.

Rock,Paper Scissors – This activity is designed to show students how modeling and simulation works by creating results of different modeling experiments

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