Turtle Academy Programming Game

Turtle Academy: Programming Game Tips and Tricks

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What is Logo? How can Logo be used to complete a task? How is Logo related to other computer programs? How is computer programming useful in real life? How might you use computer programmin...
Tynker Puppy Adventure

Puppy Adventure Computer Programming Learning Game

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Visit the lesson ideas page to find resources for Tynker: Puppy Adventure, a free online computer programming game....

Computer Coding Lesson Plan: Blockly Maze Game

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In this lesson plan which is adaptable for grades 3-12, students use BrainPOP resources (including an online game) to explore computer coding, algorithms, and programming....
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Puppy Adventure Tips and Tricks

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Puppy adventure is a game where players guide Pixel the puppy home by solving a series of programming puzzles.  Students solve each puzzle by programming Pixel to reach the goal using the provided vi...
Sketch Racer Programming Game

Sketch Racer Computer Programming Game Tips and Tricks

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In the Sketch Racer programming game, students must connect the visual code blocks in the right order. For example, if they need to move 2 spaces, they may need to connect two ‘Run’ blocks one aft...

Logo Programming Game Lesson Plan: Turtle Academy

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In this logo programming game lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 3-8, students use BrainPOP resources (including the Turtle Academy online programming game) to explore the popular computer pro...
15 Block Challenge

Tynker 15 Block Challenge Computer Programming Game

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Visit the lesson ideas page to find resources for 15 Block Challenge, a free online computer programming game....
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SimCityEDU – The Newest Release from GlassLab

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Remember SimCity, Will Wright's famous game in which you create the city of your dreams?  Recently Glasslab, a nonprofit video game development group based at the California campus of game publishe...
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Impulse Game Teaching Tips

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Completing every level of the Impulse game takes approximately 70 minutes, allotting one minute for each of the 70 levels. However, students can benefit from much shorter game play times. You can e...

Game-Based Learning Resources

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We offer game-based learning lesson plans, research on games for learning, game making tools, student-made games, and more to support game-based-learning (GBL) using GameUp....