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Free Simple Scratch MIT Card Projects

I found these simple Scratch Card projects. Great for children to do who have no previous Scratch programming ¬†experience . These cards are an easy way to use simple code to a great effect and for children to build up... Continue Reading →

Free Course for teaching children HTML

https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/teaching-kids-basic-html This course is very simple to use and would make a great addition to any club or lesson teaching programming to children. It is a sequence of small animations showing how HTML code works and uses the idea of... Continue Reading →

Free Tynker Hour of Code Games

Recently Tynker have changed their site requiring a signup in order to play their simple Coding Games, its a real problem signing up for websites at school, there is the matter of time and of ESafety . The link below... Continue Reading →

Halloween Basic Coding Activities

These basic¬†scratch projects are a perfect way to introduce young children to making their own games using Scratch. I start by getting the children confident using Blockly and then after a few hours the should be able to make their... Continue Reading →

Simple Real Coding using code monkey

Simple Real Coding using code monkey

Simple Blockly Maze Game

A simple maze game using blockly as an introduction to Scratch, very like the Hour of code games. This features 10 levels of increasing difficulty.

Computer Programming animated film.

Very nice animated film which is 5 minutes long,showing the basics of computer programming from Brainpop. Some of this site does require a login but it has some great programming activities and https://www.brainpop.com/technology/computerscience/computerprogramming/     Here is another one from... Continue Reading →

Girls in ICT Day 2017 April 27

Looking forward to Girls in ICT Day... Organizing an event to celebrate the Girls in ICT Day is a worthwhile effort. It is our chance to raise awareness about the opportunities of the ICT sector and empower girls and young... Continue Reading →

Ada’s poetry generator a Scratch Project

This is a great project for The Code Club. Not only does the project celebrate the first Programmer, Ada Lovelace, it also covers literacy because the children make lists of Nouns: Adverbs and Verbs to include in their poem generator.... Continue Reading →

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