The holidays are a great time for kids to practice their coding skills and apply them to some fun activities with family. Below are some holiday-themed activities for the budding coder(s) in your family.
Blimey Box – This website includes printable activity sheets that require students to find the correct algorithms to move holiday characters around a game board.
Coding STEM Challenge – Learn the binary alphabet while creating a holiday ornament.
Google Santa Tracker – In addition to to tracking Santa, students can complete holiday coding activities and learn about holiday traditions around the world.
Code With Anna and Elsa
Anna and Elsa From Code.org – Learn to code with Anna and Elsa while creating snowflakes, exploring patterns, and more.
Interactive Holiday Card – Use Scratch to create and code an interactive holiday card to send to friends and family.
Your child can learn to code while they create a video game, MInecraft Mod, or Roblox game in one of Code2Discover’s online classes for Ages 7-14. Students learn concepts such as logic, loops, variables, parallel programming and more! Learn More