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<div>ScratchJR and Digital Storytelling</div> www.educatorstechnology.com Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
<div>Video by Paul Hamilton</div> www.youtube.com Quick look at the new Scratch Jr App for iPad and how teachers can use in the early years with their students to learn, introduce students to code. BUY this ...
<div>Paul Hamilton - using ScratchJR to create reports</div> www.youtube.com Let's get our little coders creating information reports about anything! This one looks at creating a little animation about sun safety using simple code. Th...
<div>Teaching Activities from ScratchJR</div> www.scratchjr.org ScratchJr - Teach
<div>Curriculum K-2</div> www.scratchjr.org
<div>Programming with Daisy the Dinosaur - Sophia.org</div> www.sophia.org The objective of this tutorial is to introduce the basic functions of the free iPad App Daisy the Dinosaur. In this tutorial users will learn how the Daisy the Dinosaur iPad App can be used to introduce the students in grade K-3 to basic computer programming logic.
<div>Daisy the Dinosaur - Paul Hamilton video</div> youtu.be Let's get little learners coding. Daisy the Dino App for iPad getting little learners thinking about code and experiencing basic code.
<div>Daisy the Dinosaur - School Library Journal</div> vimeo.com This is "Daisy the Dinosaur | screencast tutorial" by School Library Journal on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
<div>Code.org Website</div> code.org Every student in every school deserves the opportunity to study computer science.
hourofcode.com The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries and over 40 languages. Ages 4 to 104.
www.tynker.com Tynker makes it fun and easy to learn computer programming. Get started today with Tynker's easy-to-learn, visual programming course designed for young learners in 4th through 8th grades.
www.madewithcode.com Things you love are Made with Code. Code your first creative project and meet music producers, fashion designers, humanitarians, and animators who are coding the world they want to see.
scratch.mit.edu Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations.
www.khanacademy.org Anyone can learn to code! Spend an hour on Khan Academy learning to code, with our tutorials in JS, HTML, or SQL.
<div>ComputerCraftEDU - Part of MinecraftEDU</div> www.youtube.com In this video you will learn how to access the Turtle and the remote in Survival, Creative and MinecraftEdu game mode. For information about ComputerCraftEdu...
<div>Coding in the Classroom 16 Top Resources</div> www.edudemic.com The intricacies & inner workings of technology can be intimidating, especially for students who may be more interested in what technology can do for them.
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www.amazon.com Amazon.com: Help Your Kids with Computer Coding (9781465419569): DK Publishing: Books
<div>Coding Mania: Creating Clubs for Kids in K-5 Grades</div> learninprogress.blogspot.com Last year I hosted my first Hour of Code . It was a rather last minute thing for me to organize because I wasn't sure if I could pull it...
www.edsurge.com In case you haven’t been paying attention, computer science skills are vastly becoming some of the most in-demand skills of the twenty-first century. In fact, some call it a new "superpower." Computer science is a primary driver of the U.S. economy, yet it does not (yet) play a significant ro
<div>Teach Coding in the Classroom: ISTE 14 Resources</div> www.edutopia.org Digital resource curator Ashley Cronin shares her takeaways from Hack Education at ISTE 2014, including a list of resources for teaching coding and coding concepts in the classroom.
studio.code.org Anyone can learn computer science. Make games, apps and art with code.
code.org Anyone can learn the basic concepts of Computer Science. Choose an intro activity to start learning.
www.fractuslearning.com If you are inspired to start a Coding Club at your school this seven step guide will help turn that inspiration into action and reality.
<div>Links to Activity Cards</div> scratch.mit.edu Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations.
www.youtube.com Use Tynker in your classroom to teach computer programming in a creative, fun, and easy way! Learn more at https://www.tynker.com/ Connect with Tynker! Twitt...
www.pbslearningmedia.org Build the computer literacy and problem solving skills students need to become innovators of the future. Introduce students to computer programming, or take their coding skills to the next level as they engage in fun activities and projects that enhance STEM learning outcomes. With an Hour of Code with Tynker, teachers can easily introduce the basics of computer programming in a fun and intuitive way. Start with any of the six adventure puzzles, then students can apply what they’ve learned to create fun projects to share with others – multi-level and multi-player games, math patterns, interactive comics and greeting cards. No programming experience is required. Use the resources provided to quickly plan a successful Hour of Code for your class. Students can access Candy Quest and Dragon Dash puzzles from this site. The rest of the activities, plus a teacher's guide and answer keys, can be found at hourofcode.tynker.com.
www.pbslearningmedia.org In this activity, students (K-3) will be introduced to the PBS KIDS ScratchJr app by animating characters from their favorite PBS KIDS shows. Through this process, they will learn about movement blocks, the ‘start on flag’ trigger, and character selection. PBS KIDS ScratchJr app is now available for free from the App Store on IPad and from the Google Play store on Android tablet.
<div>Printable Blocks</div> www.scratchjr.org