PreK-2 Hour of Code Resources

Celebrate CSEd Week with an Hour of Code!

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What is Hour of Code?

Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries during Computer Science Education Week December 3 - 9, 2018.

What will YOU create?

Creativity is the theme for the 2018 Hour of Code!


Post to social media with this format:


Creativity is _______ What will you create? #HourOfCode #CS4Aldine #AISDHoC #Allin4Aldine

https://youtu.be/VYqHGIR7a_k

How do I host an Hour of Code?


Or, you can follow the steps outlined in the video below:

https://youtu.be/SrnvvWDm73k

We picked out a few unplugged (or offline) and online activities we really like for PreK - 2 grade students and shared them below. You can also use MakeyMakeys, BeeBots, Dash and Dots, OzoBots, or Osmo if you already have them in your classroom or school.


You can find MANY more Hour of Code activities at https://hourofcode.com/us/learn.

Unplugged Activities

Online (Plugged) Activities

Find a Local Computer Science Volunteer

Connect with local professionals to help students understand what coding and computer science jobs are like and get an extra pair of hands to help with your event. Code.org provides a list of volunteers that will join you face to face or remotely here(https://code.org/volunteer/local).

Spread the Word Before, DURING CSEW and Celebrate AFTER your Hour of Code!

Use the hashtags #HourOfCode #CS4Aldine #AISDHOC #Allin4Aldine on social media to spread the word before your event and to celebrate afterwards!

Questions? Contact Us!

Hour of Code is a wonderful way to build excitement and provide students and educators opportunities to code! Please contact Shaina Glass if you're interested in incorporating Computer Science and coding into your classroom, school or learning community.


If you have questions, please feel free to reach out to Shaina (snglass@aldineisd.org) or your campus' Digital Learning Specialist for more information.