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Coding Activity Links
Amazing World of Gumball
Learn how to build a game from scratch with fun actors from the Amazing World of Gumball that can be shared and played on a phone.
Animate Your Name
Using Scratch, you can animate your name and customize the animation using coding.
Code your own basketball game and challenge your friends!
The goal of Classic Maze is to get an Angry Bird through a maze to hit a Green Pig.
Dungeons of Kithgard - Grab the gem and escape the dungeon—but don’t run into anything else!
Learn the basics of coding and use it to create crazy creatures.
Create Your Own Sports Game
Create your own sports game using coding in eight easy tasks.
Disney Infinity Play Lab
Learn how to build a game from scratch with fun actors from the Disney movies that can be shared and played on a phone.
Coding Activity Links
Code your own game using Flappy Bird.
Let's use code to join Anna and Elsa as they explore the magic and beauty of ice. You'll create snowflakes and patterns as you ice skate and make a winter wonderland that you can then share with your friends.
Students bring the Google logo to life using code, utilizing programming and design.
Learn how to build a game from scratch with fun actors from the Ice Age movie that can be shared and played on a phone.
You're going to learn the basics of computer science by programming Alex or Steve to move through a simulated piece of a Minecraft world.
Minecraft - Hero's Journey
To complete the Hour of Code challenge, you'll need to write code to program the agent. You'll work together with The Agent to clear any obstacles in your path, so you can pick up the items you'll need for your journey.
We're going to create games using Play Lab. We'll learn how to make our actors like witches, aliens, and animals speak, move, and interact with each other.
We're going to build our own Star Wars game that will teach you the basic concepts of programming.