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    Nicki Tempero
    Hour of Code
    29 November
    Public discussion Created by Nicki Tempero

    The hour of Code is the 4-10 December .

    What resources do you have to share?

    What tools are you using ?

     

    Thanks for alerting us to this Nicki. Lots of gold in the resource you've shared. Hour of code is a really cool way to shine the light on coding for a week, but also a great way for teachers to dip their toes in and see potential lessons for the classroom too.

    There's some more ideas shared in the previous years by teachers here too, including Interactive Holiday Cards - Scratch Hour of Code Activity -possible for some keen beans if they could do this at home as well.

    If I was a teacher just starting out for the first time looking at hour of code, where would you recommend I start... that's not too overwhelming? Tess

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