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Hour of CodeTM
Hour of CodeTM is an international effort to expose kids, ages, 5-99, to programming. Self-paced and teacher-lead activities are available through Code.org. Companies like Disney, Facebook, Google, and MineCraft have contributed great resources to make this fun and accessible to all.
With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.
A fantastic system for building Android Apps. Check out some tutorials.
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Hour of CodeTM Training Workshops
Are you interested in hosting an Hour of CodeTM, in your classroom, or for your school?
CS 160 Fun Computer Literacy
So, you have to take a computer literacy class. Try CS160, A Gentle Introduction to Programming. Use Scratch to create animations and games.