Coding games activity description, notes and curriculum links
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Computer coding is the use of computer programming languages to give computers and machines a set of instructions on what actions to perform. It’s how humans communicate with machines. It’s what allows us to create apps (applications).
In this resource created with Archives of IT learners can design and create their own computer game in Scratch then swap and play with their friends!
Activity info, teachers’ notes and curriculum links
In this activity learners will develop their ability to use coding.
This activity could be used as a main lesson activity, to introduce the concept of coding. Alternatively it could be used to introduce or reinforce how to use block coding with Scratch.
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