The Canada Learning Code Week

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Ms. Corrado's class from Our Lady of Victory Catholic School! Their class has won Google Chromebooks so they can keep coding all year long. Thank you so much for all who entered. We were blown away by all the incredible project’s celebrating Canada’s 150th!

Our lessons and tutorials are available year-round on Teacher's Learning Code - make sure to check them out!

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Save Us - Corrado's Coders

Kevin and Gabriela from Ontario built a game that combined a few of our lessons to make it their own. In this game, you need to use your knowledge of Canadian animals and our history to help rescue some of our most iconic species.

Instructions:

  • Use arrow keys to move
  • Use ‘t’ to answer Justin Trudeau’s questions
  • Use ‘p’ to pick up item
  • Use ‘c’ to cut down obstacles
  • Use ‘u’ to unlock cages

And of course big thanks to Google Canada for donating computers for the winning class!

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Who coded with us

Canada Learning Code Week wrapped up with over 500 educators and events across the country teaching more that 15 000 kids to code. Check out our Scratch Stats:

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More awesome projects

Hundreds of amazing projects were submitted celebrating Canada and digital literacy! Click on a project to see what was made in Scratch.

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Supporters

Canada Learning Code Week is a Canada 150 initiative supported by the Department of Canadian Heritage and Boeing.

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