4th and 5th Grade did really well with this today. We watched the video about the 12 year old programmer as well as the Frozen tutorial. Then, they worked in partners and tried out the Frozen code game. They seemed to really like this program.
Both grade levels really like this. No problems with slow downs. The boys complained a bit because I started with the Frozen one, but otherwise really successful.
Hour/Code: I did the Frozen Tutorial which was much easier then the Tynkerbell website. (Overload of information, very "overwhelming").
I myself, would need a lesson on the Tynkerbelle before trying to teach a class about it.
They did get pretty far in their levels; some got to 10. I let them give comments or ask questions the last few minutes, but they did enjoy it.
All of 4th and 5th grade seem to do really well with this! Way better than I would do! 3rd grade seems to struggle with this a bit more. However, it could possibly be because they are not following directions as well.
12-12-14; Hour of Code; We watched the Hour of Code video with President Obama. (The projector was turning an orangish color during this; thought the bulb was going out), then I just let them go to either Hour of Code website or back to the Frozen tutorial and work in there.
They get the steps or know how to insert the correct pieces of the game, where as 3rd grade needed more assistance in this.
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