Creepy Coding Creepy coding

Coding isn't just for Halloween.
But there are a few creepy coding projects for the season.

tynker

Tynker makes it easy to teach computer programming. The curriculum is organized into grade-specific courses where students move at their own pace through scaffolded lessons to learn concepts and apply them creatively. Tynker includes everything you need to teach programming in a fun, engaging way, including lesson plans, teacher guides, answer keys, and standards alignment.

Tynker's Code Monsters

Tynker's Code Monsters enables students to explore the enchanted forest to capture monsters and learn how to program them by completing coding puzzles. They can collect, code, and evolve all the unique monsters. They devise strategies based on the monsters’ abilities so they can battle in the multiplayer arena. Whose code will win?

This 30-40 minute activity includes 20 puzzles designed for grade 3+ students and includes a comprehensive teacher's guide that includes solutions.

google's made with code

Google's Made with Code is a site curated with activities designed to encourage girls to learn to code. There are activities for everyone!

Google's Made with Code Yeti Monster

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