BBC: Bitesize: What is Code? - Tech Learning

BBC: Bitesize: What is Code?

Think primary-aged students are too young to learn computer coding?
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Think primary-aged students are too young to learn computer coding? Not anymore! Try this collection of programming activities written with the elementary child in mind. Learn that code is what programmers use to make computer programs. Find out how to make code to make fun games, interesting pictures, animated movies, or just about anything the mind can create. Read about coding instructions, watch a film clip, or play a coding game- all to become the world’s youngest computer programmers!

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