Hour of Code 2015

I'm proud to participate for the first time in the Hour of Code event. This year, I'm hosting one Hour of Code for 2 groups of 15 kids - I'm meeting with the second group tomorrow.

After talking with their primary school teacher, I decided to go with the "Frozen" hour of code: the kids have been playing with geometrical figures, drawing stars and patterns, so this is a good tutorial for them to go over. Also, in a way, it brings together art & science.

In case you haven't tried it yourself, do not hesitate: go to code.org, and do code for an hour: everyone can learn!


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