The hour of code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science and computer programming. The "hour-of-code" generally takes place during Computer Science Week. Here are just a few examples of what CLL Students did for an "Hour-of-Code" activity.
A-30 Students took turns making a sequence of scripts and actions between astronauts in space.
Students from the C-20 classroom showed off their computer skills making their "Own Kodable Mazes". Students first learned basic programming concepts, then made Kodable Mazes.
In the A-50 classroom students followed directions to "Code a Dance Party" Featuring the musical talent of Katy Perry, Madonna, J.Balvin, Keith Urban and more. Students selected dance moves and music then danced the routine they created.
A-40 students had a blast learning about coding. Each student took turns on the Smart TV adding accessories to a monster using code or play a game. The students practiced taking turns and helping their peers.
C-10 classroom played the game "Candy Quest and Barbie" Students had to move the directions into a chain to get the characters to move or play music.
A-60 Students learn to sequence and understand conditonal (if then else) programming.