Cub Scouts Can Code – Part 4

Be a Programmer!

With your parent’s permission and using proper internet safety, explore the world of coding using a tablet or computer. Make sure that your Cyber Chip is up to date. Complete ALL the requirements. 

  1. Spend at least one hour creating instructions for a computer to execute, then testing and debugging them. There are many free applications for computers, tablets, and smartphones.
  2. Discuss with your counselor what you were able to create. Explain what you liked best about it and what was difficult.

Part 4 Resources:

Google CS First

Scratch

Code.org

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Be a Programmer!

With your parent’s permission and using proper internet safety, explore the world of coding using a tablet or computer. Make sure that your Cyber Chip is up to date. Complete ALL the requirements. 

  1. Spend at least one hour creating instructions for a computer to execute, then testing and debugging them. There are many free applications for computers, tablets, and smartphones.
  2. Discuss with your counselor what you were able to create. Explain what you liked best about it and what was difficult.

Part 4 Resources:

Google CS First

Scratch

Code.org

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