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Take your students from writing code to creating with code

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coding – the new literacy

Learning to code is becoming a part of the curriculum in K-12, a trend which is expanding rapidly around the world. Code literacy is considered essential not only for future software engineers but for many other occupations as well. A secondary benefit afforded to students learning to code is the development of algorithmic thinking as a basis for problem solving. This type of thinking is a crucial enabler for obtaining important 21st-century skills.
Try CodeMonkey’s FREE hour-long coding courses to introduce your students to the basics of Computer Science in a fun and easy way.

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students will advance through self-paced exercises in which they will program a chatbot in Python

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HOUR-LONG VERSION

15 Exercises

With 15 game-creation challenges, Game Builder takes around an hour to complete.

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6-8 grade

Students should be 12 years or older to play. We recommend completing the Coding Adventure hour of code activity prior.

Real Coding

Using what they learned in Coding Adventure, students code games.

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Chatbot Interface

Students will master keyboard user-interface and game mechanics

teacher resources

teacher notes

Access CodeMonkey’s teacher notes for Game Builder to learn all the tips and tricks on how to host an hour of code in your classroom.

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Standards alignment

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Game Builder aligns to the CSTA and Common Core standards so you know you are bringing a quality curriculum to your students.

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Prepare your students for a journey into the future by developing their coding skills today.

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