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Online Coding Fairs, Kahoot! Events, And More!

Does your child want to create their own games, animations, and stories? Do you want to keep their interest in learning coding, or maybe encourage them towards the next level? Join our series of fun kids and parents events free to learn and get inspired from other coding fans from all over the world. There will be plenty of aahs and wows! You will find your child more motivated to code, create, and learn!

Minecraft Adventures: Code to Save Village

  • Grades 2-9
  • Does your child love playing Minecraft? Do they want save a village with coding in Minecraft? This awesome 1-hour Minecraft coding event will teach your child how code a solution to prevent the spread of fire, save a village, and bring life back into a cool forest. Your child will learn the basics of Minecraft coding and explore a real-world example of how to prevent fires with the help of artificial intelligence. After you register for the event, we will send you the instructions on how to download and sign up for the Minecraft Education Edition for free so that your child will be ready to participate during our fun virtual event. Save your spot for this FREE coding event online, and have fun! You need a Windows or Mac Computer to attend this online event. Chromebook is very slow for running Minecraft. iPad is not supported.
  • 60 minutes

Digital Card Design (Like Birthdays!)

  • Grades 2-9
  • Does your child want to design digital cards for friends or families, like a birthday card? Now they can do that with Canva - a powerful and trendy graphic design platform with a simple interface - and it is free! Join this fun event, our digital design expert will show students examples of great digital design and how to use the intuitive drag-and-drop tool in Canva to create their own design. You will be amazed to receive a digital card your child created with computers. Sign up for free today, and have fun!
  • 60 minutes

Online Coding Fair (Different Themes Each Time)

  • Grades 2-10
  • Does your child love to explore the amazing world of ocean? Do they want to know how to create characters and tell stories about ocean with coding? Join this virtual coding fair, and get inspiration from advanced students who use their favorite coding tools to create animations, games, or apps about their own ocean world. After the event, you will find your child more motivated to create with coding! The Sep 4th theme will be "OCEAN"! The themes for future fairs will be announced later.
  • 60 minutes
  • We will invite students who completed Unit 2+ classes in Create & Learn to share their projects. Please pay attention to a separate email and submit your child's projects according to the instructions in the email.

How to Become a YouTuber

  • Grades 2-10
  • Do you want to become a YouTuber? The first step is to learn how to create exciting videos that captivate your audience. In this class we'll go over a few key techniques that can be used to keep your viewers coming back for more. These techniques include learning how to trim video, adding the appropriate music, and how to overlay text. By the end of class you'll have a video that is ready to upload to your YouTube channel! Please help your kids record their projects (like a coding project) before the event, and use your email to sign up a Canva account for free at: Get the recording ready and sign in the Canva account before the event starts. See you in the class! Creating social media platforms such as Youtube must be 13 years and older. This class will not teach students how to start a Youtube channel, but will only teach them how to create great videos that they can use in their existing or future Youtube channels. If students consider creating a Youtube channel, parents must be by their child for guidance. Officially, YouTube forbids children under the age of 13 to create their own accounts, and children between ages 13 and 17 are only allowed to open accounts with parental permission. Parents are allowed to create their children a Youtube channel. It is important that parents monitor and help their children when creating a Youtube channel. Zoom Meeting only allows 500 participants, so if you have issues joining the event, please go to Facebook to attend the event live at:
  • 60 minutes
  • Sarah Hofheins is a Graphic Designer, a Social Media Video Creator, and a former K-8 Art Teacher.

Learn Scratch Coding with Kahoot!

  • Grades 2-6
  • Join us for a fun-filled hour to play a set of Kahoot! games and review coding concepts students have learned in Scratch coding classes. We will play 3 levels - starting from level 1, all the way to Level 3. Everyone is welcome to join. You can play Kahoot! from a phone, tablet, or computer. If you would like to learn more about Scratch, you could join our free intro classes to get started. Sign up here Join, have fun, and learn!
  • 55 minutes
  • The 4 sessions in each class cover different content. But content in different classes are the same. Feel free to sign up for multiple classes if your child would like to review the same content multiple times.

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Recording & Projects From Previous Online Coding Fairs

6/11 - Seasons!In this fair, your child will enjoy seeing many different exciting projects from more advanced students, including Python, Scratch, Minecraft, and many more projects. Our theme for this fair is Seasons! We encourage every student to code their own stories that follow along with the theme and upload them to their Maker’s Portfolio publicly. Join us and have fun!
  • Seasons
  • Remember the number/Olivia Egyhazy
  • Get The Taco
  • Space thingy
  • Galaxy Pong
  • Seasons
  • The bully
7/2 - Brave!What does it mean to be brave? Is it battling dragons in a magical kingdom? Or maybe traveling to space? See games, animations, and other projects that show what it means to be brave!
  • Adventures of BOT 2
  • get the dragon
  • Flappy Bird Game
  • True Heroes
  • Brave project 1
  • Avengers Attack
7/16 - Around the World!Do you want to travel the world? Is there a place you’ve always dreamed of traveling? Or maybe a culture you want to share? See games, animations, and other projects about cities, countries, and cultures from all around the world!
  • Flying hippo game
  • Design Your Own Chinese Character
  • ROBLOX Chasing Bat
  • Around the world- Canada
  • Around the World on Scratch
  • Scared of the Light
  • My Dream place
  • Around The World C&L
  • Paper Blasts
7/30 - Sports!Do you have a favorite sport? Have you been learning any new sports this summer? See games, animations, and other projects involving sports!
  • Tennis
  • Ping Pong game with two balls.
  • Color-Choosing-Spiral
  • Baseball[in a different way]
  • Soccer (With Cats!)
  • Basketball
  • Golfy
8/13 - Past, Present, and Future!If you could time travel, what era would you visit? Would you go back to the dinosaurs? Or forwards in time to see flying cars? See games, animations, and other projects about the past, present, and future!
  • Blast to the Past
  • Asteroids
  • Shiver - Cold version of Rocks Blocks
  • Asteroids
  • Birthday
  • Pong
  • Pong Game 2
  • Catty Tennis
  • Dino Snake Tag
  • Pong with MUSIC
  • Egga's Time Travling Adventure
  • Rock Papers Scissors
  • Program Tux
  • Past, Present, Future
  • Past Present Future
  • Rock Paper Scissors
  • The Box!
9/3 - Friendship!What does friendship mean to you? Is it helping out someone in need? How do you like to spend time with your friends? See games, animations, and other projects about what friendship means to your students!
  • Keep it off
  • Princess Concert
  • Coding Fair - Friendship
  • Friendship
  • What Friendship is all about
  • What friendship means