December 7-13, 2015 is Computer Science Education Week. Students throughout South Kitsap School District will celebrate by participating in Hour of Code activities with their classmates. Here at East Port Orchard Elementary, we have been talking about what “coding” means and why we would want to know more about it.
For links to the activities that I will be doing with your students in the library, please visit: http://tinyurl.com/epolinks and choose one of the links from the “code.org coding” section. Additional links to other websites can be found in the “coding” section. We are doing the Minecraft puzzles.
Coding can be a fun activity to work on with your child – and it’s absolutely FREE!
You can bring the whole family to South Kitsap High School on December 10th during the Hour of Code event. SKHS will open a couple of computer labs during the hours of 5 – 7 PM for anyone to come in and write some code. To cap off the event, SKHS will be screening CODEGIRL, an engaging and inspirational documentary about the Technovation Challenge, a global technology entrepreneurship program for girls, centered on app development to help solve local problems. The screening begins at 7 pm in the high school auditorium.
Please watch these short videos for a taste of what we discovered and a preview of the coding that we will be working on next week in the library.
What is Coding?
Preview of Hour of Code:
Make sure to check out the EPO Library on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EPOLibrary/
Mrs. Wilson’s Donorschoose.org page: http://www.donorschoose.org/mrswilsonslibrary/