Hour of Code
Description: Hour of Code teach students the basics of block-based coding and with Scratch, this is great for anyone who is new to coding or for special one-day events.
Structure: Hour of Code is short 45- to 75-minute standalone activity designed for students to start and complete a coding project in one session. Students will watch a series of videos and slide shows to create one coding project in Scratch with opportunities to personalize their work using “Add-Ons.”
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