Check out the amazing Hour of Code activities below by Code.org

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Dance Party

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In this lesson, learners of all ages get an introductory experience with coding and computer science in a safe, supportive environment. This lesson has been designed for learners of all ages but does require reading. This activity requires sound as the tool was built to respond to music.

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Minecraft

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The Voyage Aquatic takes learners on an aquatic adventure to find treasure and solve puzzle with code. Over 50 short puzzles, trainings and facilitator guides are available covering coding basics and CSTA standards for grades K-5. Partnering with Code.org for a fourth straight year, Minecraft Hour of Code has reached nearly 100 million sessions. Join the movement and run an Hour of Code!

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Frozen

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In this lesson, learners of all ages get an introductory experience with coding and computer science in a safe, supportive environment. This lesson has been designed for learners in the middle grades, ages 10-13, but can be adapted for younger or older learners using the differentiation suggestions provided. Students should have a basic understanding of simple geometry and drawing angles.

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