Science Literacy Week: free online kids coding workshop

Kids will use Scratch to code a game all about clean water and the climate.

Hour of Code

Join us & over 100 million students for an Hour of Code!

Hour of Code | Computer Science Education Week

December 7 to 13, 2020

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. Pick one project or try all three!

Girl coding in Scratch on a laptop

Our projects


Celebrate iconic Canadian women by coding a video game with Scratch.


Tell your own story by creating an animation with Scratch.


Use data science and code to help prevent plastic pollution!


Build your own animation about a Canadian animal and its winter habitat!


Create your own sparkling snow globe for the holidays with micro:bits!

Boy coding behind a laptop in a KCJ workshop

What is Hour of Code?

Hour of Code is a worldwide effort run by to celebrate and increase participation in computer science, starting with 1-hour coding activities during Computer Science Education Week (December 7-13, 2020).

As an international partner of, KCJ is joining in on the fun this December.

Stay tuned for more exciting events and activities we’ll be offering this December!

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#kids2030 | #CSforGood

For 2020, Hour of Code is focusing on Computer Science for Good (CSforGood), and so we made sure our projects linked to learning about Global Goal #4 and #12 - Quality Education and Responsible Consumption and Production.

This is part of our #kids2030 initiative, which aims to equip a million Canadian children with the digital skills they need to help meet the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development by 2030. Want to get more involved? Take the #kids2030 Challenge and help build a better future with less plastic pollution!

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