Thank you for joining our monthly code challenges. Please be sure to check back with us every month for new coding challenges you can try with your students!
* Please note that any of these coding challenges can be done by any age or grade level. These are only age grouping recommendations
Code Your Own Video Game
Use Make Code Arcade to create a video game linked to a topic you've learned about recently.
AI and Our Oceans
Use the Code.org App Lab to create a phone application linked to ocean sustainability.
Google App Scripts
Kick-off 2021 by getting organized! Use Google Scripts to code a personalized goals and activities planners
Explore and create functions with this tech-free coding activity.
Code a logic game on paper to play with your friends!
Create symmetry with snowflake designs in TinkerCAD.
Explore the radio function on the Micro:Bit to create a scrolling message
Use TinkerCAD to design a tool that could make winter easier for yourself or someone in your community.
For this month's coding challenge create and play a No-Tech Coding Game:
Using index cards and computational thinking, create an IF/THEN game to play with your friends and family!
For our upper elementary school challenge this month we ask you to watch the video and discover how to share your learning with an Interactive Poster:
Share what you know about a topic by creating an interactive poster with Scratch and a Makey Makey or MicroBit.
This month's middle school coding challenge asks you to build your own Fitness Tracker:
Use a MicroBit and personalized code to design and create a fitness tracker.
Use machine learning to code an app using text-based coding.
If you have questions or need a little support, let's connect you with a Brilliant Labs specialist in your area.