# Coding Class!!

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What is the tallest tower you can make? What is the perimeter of the base of your tower? How many cubes can your tower hold?

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Are you nervous about the first day of school? Here are some tips to help ease your mind and set the tone for a great year!

This STEM coding for kids activity invites children at to create a cup stacking design and record the algorithm or steps to build it on a printable.

What can run but can't walk? Reveal the answer to this clever riddle by cracking the number code in this Riddles and Codes worksheet.

Lego games are a great way to get your lego loving kids to think outside the lego box set. These fun lego challenges make a great indoor activity, party game or even could be used in a homeschool curriculum. Free printable lego game cards included.

Help your superkids feel as amazing as they are with these words of affirmation secret message coding bracelets. Help kids shine with this kids activity.

Lego Challenge--Disaster Island

In this LEGO STEM Challenge students will build a creation with a cup full of LEGOS. In the activity students will estimate the amount of LEGOS in their cup, count the exact amount and be creative! You may decide on giving students a specific thing to build (such as a shelter for a LEGO mini figure ...

There’s nothing kids love like mysteries and secret messages written in code. Bring what they love into their learning time with ‘Decoding Days’.

I intended to share this blog post much sooner than today, but life has been a little crazy. On a recent (March) visit to Ryerson P.S. I had an opportunity to visit the grade 1 classroom of…

Children will learn how to read binary while exploring this STEM activity. They will use a printable, crayons and beads to make the letters A, B, and C.

Ozobots: These tiny programmable robots will enable all of my students to learn about coding/programming in engaging, motivational activities while cooperating in groups of 4 or 5. From The Trapped Librarian blog

Get kids excited for STEM with this coding book for kids, as well as these fun coding games and activities! #STEMbook #CodingForKids #CodingActivities #CodingGames #STEMGames

Lego Coding