Hour of Code: Code a Slideshow for Black History Month!

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Take Black History Month projects to new heights with this coding project

This Hour of Code lesson from Vidcode will help students turn a "typical" Black History Month report or project into a cool interactive slideshow. The lesson includes a 35-minute coding challenge and an opportunity for students to share what they've created with others. Kids will learn how to code variables and loops.

The lesson maps to CSTA standards, focuses on real-world application of programming skills, and celebrates Black History Month.

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Vidcode is an award-winning coding platform and curriculum built around the things students love to do! Vidcode provides an complete computer programming curriculum for 3rd to 12th grade, focused on creative coding, design thinking, and practical cross-disciplinary applications. Bite-sized tutorials are easy for non-technical teachers to implement, fun for students to code, and data-driven for analysis of student outcomes. Whatever students love, Vidcode can help them code it!

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