Visit Hour of Code to learn more about this global movement that supports the organization of coding events across the world. Use the site to get one started, or check out the dozens of coding activities, all one hour in length.
The non-profit organization Code.org behind the Hour of Code events allows you to create an account on the code.org site to save your progress, or visit one of several third-party opportunities linked at the site.
MIT’s Scratch program is completely free and completely awesome. Scratch is a coding platform that allows users to create, share, and remix any number of projects.
Crunchzilla’s Code Monster is a gentle introduction to coding for kids. Actions reveal immediate results in the coding box.
A downloadable software program, Stencyl allows users to create and publish a variety of games and apps to the internet. Paid subscription required to publish apps to the web and desktop, IOS, and Android.
Visit the United States Patent and Trademark Office for Kids and Teens to learn more about Intellectual Property (IP’s) through activities, videos, and online games.