Scratch coding worksheets
Here you can find our very popular Scratch coding worksheets. These worksheets are free upon signup. They are a great resource for students to use as a revision tool for our beginners Scratch courses. Our coding worksheets include a vocabulary quiz to consolidate lessons in…
Code with Python: From beginner to innovator in 12 months
What is Python? Python is a high-level, general-purpose computer programming language. It has been used in many popular applications: YouTube, DropBox, Google, Quora, Instagram, BitTorrent, Spotify, and Reddit. Learning to code with Python is a great place to start for any beginner. In this course,…
Holiday Hackafun for 10 – 15 year olds
Inspiring the next generation of creators, innovators and change makers. Join our Holiday Hackafun for 10-15 year olds to explore: programming with Python, electronics, robotics, 3D modelling and printing, web development, entrepreneurship and much more. Online classes available: after-school, Saturdays and during school holidays. …
Holiday Hackafun for 7-10 year olds
Inspiring the next generation of creators, innovators and change makers. Join our Holiday Hackafun for 7-10 year olds to experience: visual programming, electronics, robotics, 3D printing, entrepreneurship and much more. Online classes available: after-school, Saturdays and during school holidays. Codebuilders Build your first computer game…
July school holiday Hackafun sneak peak
We have so much in store for you for July school holiday Hackafun: Monday 16 – Friday 27 July 2018. Here is a sneak peak. Ozobot challenges We have new challenges for kids for the July school holiday. Ozobots are great little robots, they can…
Transforming my son’s screen time one coding class at a time!
Managing my son’s screen time and online gaming has (so far) been my biggest everyday parenting challenge. I’ve set time limits. I’ve ensured he does other activities before screen is allowed. And I’ve ‘Mum-splained’ many times that the TV and iPad do not count as a ‘screen break’ from his computer. He also does a number of sports. I have every strategy going, and yet screen time still feels like an ongoing negotiation, requiring energy I don’t have. He is nearly ten and he is exceptionally persistent when it comes to computers.
Integrate the new Digital Technologies subject into your classroom
Integrating the new Digital Technologies into your already choc-a-bloc class timetable can be tricky.
The Digital Technologies curriculum has now become mandatory in Queensland state schools. The remaining Australian states will soon follow. The Digital Technologies curriculum is not a stand alone subject, it is to be integrated into current curriculum subjects.
Are you after extra ideas for your coding clubs?
Here are some of the activities we do at our Coding Kids clubs: program with Scratch, program with Python, program mBot, program Lego Mindstorms EV3, and build digital solutions with Makey Makey.