Binary Bracelets is a fun activity for younger teens that teaches them how to make bracelets using binary code. Participants are introduced to the concept of binary code and then they participate in a hands on activity to help them understand this concept of computational thinking.
These pre-and post- surveys for a coding club program give youth the chance to consider their knowledge and skill in coding and reflect on their interest in coding and careers in computer science.
Five step-by-step lesson plans focusing on connecting youth interest in music to Scratch activities. Activities include creating a DJ mix, writing a song, and developing an animated dance routine.
Youth can learn about farming and coding as they use the app to control a FarmBot as it plants, waters, and weeds a raised bed garden plot that they can then design and implement in the community!
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.
Be Internet Awesome teaches kids the fundamentals of digital citizenship and online safety so they can explore the online world with confidence.
This Belgrade News (Montana) article describes how Belgrade Community Library supports youth to develop and showcase games through creativity and problem solving with help from peers and mentors.
An example of a recruitment flyer designed to encourage participation from underrepresented groups in coding opportunities.
This bundle contains materials to help you use Ozobots to teach coding during a class visit or by administering kits for check out.
This letter explains a school system's computational thinking project to local businesses and asks for specific support from those businesses.