As some of you may already know, this week is “Hour of Code” week. Schools all over the world are participating in the “Hour of Code” to encourage students to learn crucial computer science skills, not limited only to technology but also logic, problem-solving and creativity. Even if your school is not officially participating in “Hour of Code” this week, you can still promote this skills throughout the year. Below is a list of resources curated and collected by a fellow contributor of Participate Learning, Wes Hall…
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These are amazing resources for children ranging from iPad apps and websites to board games such as the Robot Turtles board game. This is a fun way to encourage elementary-aged children to develop an understanding of coding and programming. Click the image below to purchase the game on Amazon.com:
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