•  
     
     

    December 7 - 13, 2015 

    Hour of Code
     
     
    The "Hour of Code" is an opportunity for every student to try computer science for one hour.  
     

    Teachers:   

    Students:  Write your first program: (All of these programs can be run on computers with modern browsers or on your iPads)

     

    Star Wars - Building a Galaxy with Code https://code.org/starwars 

     

    Minecraft Hour of Code - https://code.org/mc 

     

    Learn Code with Anna and Elsa - https://studio.code.org/s/frozen/stage/1/puzzle/1

     

    Angry Bird Coding Tutorial - https://studio.code.org/hoc/1

     

    Make a Flappy Game - https://studio.code.org/flappy/1 

      
    Want more?  Don't have a Computer Lab or a Keyboarding class?

    Try these apps on your iPad, all available in the Powdersville Middle App Catalog

     Daisy   

    Daisy the Dinosaur 

    Use easy drag-and-drop commands to animate Daisy to dance across the screen.
     Lightbot   

     Lightbot One Hour Coding

    Lightbot is a programming puzzle.
     Cargobot   

    Cargo-Bot 

    A puzzle game where you teach a robot how to move crates.
     Lego   

    Lego Mindstorms - Fix the Factory    

    A puzzle game from Lego featuring a robot and robot factory with battery packs dropped in all the wrong places.  
     Hopscotch   

    Hopscotch, Programming Designed for Everyone

    Use simple building blocks to create games, animations and apps

     Tynker   

    Tynker

    Learn programming and build games with visual code Learn to program with puzzles and easily build your own games. No Internet connection is necessary.

     ScratchJr   

    ScratchJr 

    Program your own interactive stories and games.
     PixelFloors   

    Pixel Press Floors

    Have you always wanted to create your own video game but never knew where to start?  Start here!