These activities can be completed during class time when you are finished with the main projects. They are meant to be self-guided which means you can choose the activity and complete it with the instructions on this site. Never stop learning!
- Code.org - Tons of fun activities that teach you how to code. You do not have to know anything to start to code. They also host the hour of code.
- Classic Code Maze - Learn to code as you create an Angry Bird maze game at code.org.
- Code Combat - This site teaches you how to code as you play a game. If you are interesting in game design or computer programming, this is a fun way to learn to code.
- Computer Science Education Week - Lots of interesting ways to learn how to code to create games, animations and to control robots and drones.
- RoboBlockly - a web-based robot simulation environment for learning coding and math. Based on Google Blockly, it uses a simple puzzle-piece interface to program virtual Linkbot and Lego Mindstorms NXT/EV3 for beginners to learn robotics, computing, science, technology, engineering, and math (C-STEM). Blocks can be executed in debug mode step-by-step.
- Continuity is a totally addictive, mind-bending puzzle game with 32 levels! Have you got what it takes to make it to the end?
Wallace and Gromit's World of Invention brings you Wallace's Workshop - a place where you can invent, build and crash-test contraptions! Get connected with kinetics and go crackers! You might have to use Internet Explorer to get the game to play.
Inventions at Play brings you Tinker Ball where you experiment with different objects to find out how many ways you can help the ball reach its goal.