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26Jan

Frozen Coding Challenge

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In 1939, the exciting discovery of nuclear fission was first reported in Washington, USA by Danish physicist Niels Bohr.

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Frozen Coding Challenge

  1. Click on the link below to use the online programming software – you don’t need to download anything!
  2. Choose which line of code you would like to input to create algorithms (instructions) for Elsa. Add the blocks to create the code!
  3. Continue to add lines of code to complete a sequence and create a scene.
  4. Now that you have made Else move, it is time to learn about loops!
  5. Using Anna, add the lines of code to create more complex movements.
  6. Complete your Hour of Code!

Visit the CODE website to complete the Frozen Coding Challenge!

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