AVID 7 was hard at work today learning how to code. Hour of Code is a nationally recognized program for students in K through 12th grade, designed to teach kids an introduction to coding. AVID 7 had many different programs to choose from. Want to participate? Click here to see all of the different coding activities and try one.
Go to https://code.org/learn
We can learn more than code at Kahn Academy. We can also learn how to use computers for animation. Learn to make particle systems, this technology was used to make the water in “Finding Dory”. Click here to start.
I keep finding lots of great articles recommending sites teaching code. Looking for something to do this summer? Check out a few of the articles and pick a site.
While we were coding before Easter break a few kids in period 2 found this fun coding site. Check it out and tell me what you think.
These sites are a little bit more serious about coding and learning to code. The article I provided is a great way to really learn code. This would make a really great summer project. Read the article and find the sites here. Happy Coding!
Before Spring Break, AVID 7 thought they would reward themselves by taking a coding break. Here is the video showcasing some of the projects coded. Enjoy!
Google has a site devoted solely to coding projects. Want to make a heart or code with music? How about making your own avatar? Next time you are bored be sure to check out this page!
If you code a project using one of the links from this website share in the comment section. I would love to see it.
Click here to check it out.