Resources for Saturday Dojos. Click URL Links below:
PCD Code@Home JAN 16: We will be using Scratch: https://scratch.mit.edu/. Please set up an account on Scratch so that you can save the project we make during the Dojo.
PCD Code@Home DEC 5 CodePen: https://codepen.io/zippkidd/pen/xxEZVab
PCD Code@Home NOV 14: http://www.crunchzilla.com/code-monster
PCD Code@Home OCT 16: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/259029179/editor
Here's a similar project from the beginning Binary Hero Full Instructions:
PCD Code@Home OCT 3: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/430840340
Here's a similar project from the beginning Ghostbusters Full Instructions:
PCD Code@Home SEP 19: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/426349698/
PCD Code@Home AUG 29: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/420834554/
PCD Code@Home Oct 31 Worksheets: Images and links to PDF Worksheets
Sushi cards for Upcoming/ Past Dojos
|Ninjas learn basics of coding with Scratch, the visual programming language to create animations/games.
Ninjas learn more advanced Scratch, while creating some awesome visualisations.
|Introduction to Python, for first-time programming Ninjas before to make games and programs in Python.|
|Ninjas learn to build their first web pages, including headings, links, images, tables and formatting. Learn to build a website in HTML|
Programming Resources – a good order for starting out
- Scratch – A great place to start. All drag and drop with minimal/no typing. Get your ID at scratch.mit.edu. Then, start with one or two of the Hour of Code Scratch tutorials. Then move on to the five independent challenges to earn your Scratch Badge (be independent and creative)
- Python – see introductory cards on the CoderDojo kata and Python setup
- HTML/CSS – Want to learn the basics behind all the web pages you see? Start with My First Website exercises from the CoderDojo kata.
- Raspberry pi
- App Inventor (scratch like language for android devices)
- Minecraft Mods