Who it's for
- All coding skill levels, especially absolute beginners
- Earthlings in grades one to eight and their star teachers
- Teachers with coding in their curriculum
- Teachers who want to add creativity and computer science to their classroom
- Teachers looking to integrate coding into existing subjects
Besides being THE coolest teacher on the block, you’ll:
- Bring coding into your class in a fun and easy way
- Already be prepped with our featured lesson plans
- Be part of creating something big with your students
How it works
- Get your free Canada Learning Code Week lesson plans delivered to your inbox
- Teach a featured lesson plan during Canada Learning Code Week (December 5-11)
- After you teach, you’ll get a unique code that will unlock Emoji World for your class to bring it to life!
Thank you for helping Emoji World grow!
About Canada Learning Code Week
Canada Learning Code Week is an annual call to action for people in Canada to teach or learn how to code. It’s about using technology to create amazing things together in a fun, easy and engaging way.
This year, from December 5-11, school teachers in Canada (that’s you!) will teach Canada Learning Code Week lesson plans to unlock – drumroll please – 🪐🔥😼🦄 Emoji World 🪐🔥😼🦄 for their classes to bring to life!
Your students will get to envision and express themselves in this world through their favourite emojis, representing the big impact we can make when we collectively code 🤩
You, the teachers, create possibility ✨. And during Canada Learning Code Week, together, we will harness the power of technology and empower thousands of students to use code to think, design and build.
Get your lesson plans straight to your inbox
We’ll send you grade-appropriate, emoji-themed, out-of-this-world lesson plans featured for Canada Learning Code Week right to your email. Then, you teach!
Teach this lesson if your students have a love for stationery. 🗒️we exist🗒️.
Learners will use post-its to program pixel art. Then they will be able to write their very own pixel programs.
- Technology and Society
Teach this lesson if your students have never heard of a Tamagotchi and you think they’re missing out.
Learners will design their own micro: virtual pet, adding animations based on age and ability.
- Technology and Society
Teach this lesson if you think your students have what it takes to design the next big emoji.
Learners will create and animate emojis in Scratch, starting with a discussion on emojis in modern communication.
Teach this lesson if your students are petitioning for a poop on fire emoji.
In this activity, learners remix a p5js sketch to build their very own interactive emoji artwork.