A 12-lesson program to empower girls to learn coding and build a website from nothing!
Make winter holiday cards using the block-based coding language Scratch
Developed by the Creative Communities Research Group at the University of Colorado Boulder, Family Creative Learning is a workshop series that engages children and their parents to learn together — as designers and inventors — through the use of creative technologies.
This bundle contains materials to help you use Ozobots to teach coding during a class visit or by administering kits for check out.
A slide deck for adults that explains the value of providing a teen coding workshop and the value of supporting computational thinking literacies through the public library.
These easy-to-use cards provide activities for learners to try out in the Scratch programming language. Writing a story, choreographing a dance, playing a game, and feeding a virtual pet are all possibilities for learners to explore with these cards.
This worksheet allows preschoolers to practice sequencing and is easily adaptable to a variety of programs and needs.
A complete run-down of how to facilitate an activity that helps young people understand that computers don't think on their own but follow directions given to them.
Written by two school librarians, this book provides ideas for physical builds and coding, for new and reluctant coders, that are easily achieved by middle school and high school aged youth.
Introduce youth to computational thinking concepts or supplement other coding activities with this computer-based escape room activity that includes a variety of puzzles to engage participants.