Hour of Code

Wellington’s largest Hour of Code event is done and dusted for 2015.  We hope you all had a blast learning to code with us and are inspired to keep creating.

What next?

Just because Hour of Code is over doesn’t mean you have to stop learning.  You can use these free resources to keep coding at home.

Light Swan Code

Use and adapt the code that brought Light Swan to life for your own light project.

Gamefroot

CS Unplugged Activities

CS Unplugged offers all of their activities under a Creative Commons license, free to use and remix.

Hour of Code Tutorials

Scratch

Code Club Aotearoa

Start a Code Club at your school or local library!

You can also get hooked in with these awesome Wellington organisations that offer free to low-cost classes, workshops, and events.  Let us help you delve deeper into computer programming and robotics!


The ‘Hour of Code™’ is an initiative by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.
Hour of Code Wellington is organised by MakerBox, Hack Miramar, and Scots College.
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