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!
- Measure-it game for practice measuring.
- 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.
- Software Programming and Coding Glossary for Kids - Programming definitions and resources to learn programming. Thanks to Joslyn from Lyndhurst for the link.
- Global Problem Solvers - A series about working as a team to solve global problems.
- Wide Open School - Various projects in many different subjects that you can do at home.
- Teach Engineering - Engineering design challenges that you can do at home.
- Pacific Science Center - Featured activities that you can do at home.