Junior Pro Educators Code Camps

Hour of Code

Challenge yourself during the Hour of Code!
Create an app, game or web page project and share what you have done with your friends and family. This will test your HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Python knowledge.

The Hour of Code is a global movement by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org.

It reaches tens of millions of students in 180+ countries through a one-hour introduction to computer science and computer programming.

Every year we make courses freely available to the public so that they can challenge themselves to create amazing programs, apps and web pages. We love being a part of Code.org's initiative!

Go to Code.org

Our projects and lessons

Browse our list of colorful text and graphic based lessons to learn complete beginner Python, JavaScript and HTML/CSS. Make visually exciting object with real code!

Food Frenzy

Make the Food Frenzy game with JavaScript and learn coordinates by placing players, obstacles and goodItems on a background of your choice.

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Digital Postcard

Create your own custom digital postcard to share with a friend with HTML by adding your own personalized headings, paragraphs, images, and links.

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Photo Booth App

Snap a pic by coding the Photobooth app using HTML and JavaScript. Learn by changing colors, adding buttons, and functions to make the camera work.

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Turtle Graphics

Use Tia the turtle to etch different shapes using Python. Learn to move Tia using coordinates and learn to set different color shapes and sizes.

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Drawing Flags

Draw the different flags of the world with PaperScript by drawing and placing shapes like squares, circles, polygons, and stars of different colors and sizes.

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Using Hour of Code in schools

If you are a teacher wanting to introduce programming into your classroom, Hour of code can be a good way to ease student in. There is a wide variety of activities and suitable for a younger audience. Children as young as 5 have completed some of these courses, with adult support (Food Frenzy is a good lesson to start off with).

All courses in this track come with Lesson Plans to help your teaching and learning.

Hour of Code Lesson Plans!

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