Hour of Code | Computer Science Education Week
December 9 to 15, 2019
Keen to get your kids coding and unsure where to start? All you need is 1 hour, and KCJ can provide a ready-to-play project to get your kids coding in no time — with a winter twist!
WINTER CANADIAN ANIMALS
Build your own animation about a Canadian animal and its winter habitat!
GETTING MERRY WITH MICRO:BITS
Create your own sparkling snow globe for the holidays with micro:bits!
Hour of Code is a worldwide effort run by Code.org to celebrate and increase participation in computer science, starting with 1-hour coding activities during Computer Science Education Week (December 9-15, 2019).
As an international partner of Code.org, KCJ is joining in on the fun this December.
Stay tuned for more exciting events and activities we’ll be offering this December!
This is part of our ongoing #kids2030 initiative, which aims to equip a million Canadian children with the digital skills they need to meet the 2030 deadline for the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
CODE IN THE CLASSROOM
Ready to get hands-on with code? Apply for a KCJ-facilitated coding workshop in your classroom.
CODE CLUB CANADA
Powered by KCJ in Canada, Code Club is a national network of free clubs for children aged 8-12, run in communities by volunteers. Start one today!