Hi Joe, (and anyone else who may have this same interest...)

Code.org does have an area where you can create independent projects.



Caroline Patrie
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Caroline Patrie
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ANESU Science Coordinator
Bristol, VT
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On Fri, Dec 1, 2017 at 9:44 AM, Caroline Patrie <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I would suggest that these learner's start with code.org/learn.
They have 100's of self-guided tutorials set up there.
I am the code.org rep in VT and happy to chat with your educator if that helps.
Caroline Patrie

On Dec 1, 2017 8:59 AM, "Joe Bertelloni" <[log in to unmask]org> wrote:
Hey everyone

I have a 5th grade teacher who is running a STEM club and wants to have a few books that contain robotics and coding activities so that students can do some self guided exploration.  Does anyone have any   suggestions for titles?  Kids in this club run from 1st through 6th grade, but quite a few are reading comprehending well above grade level.

Thanks for the suggestions folks


Joe Bertelloni
Library Media Specialist

Clarendon Elementary School
N. Clarendon, VT 05759

Tinmouth Elementary School

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