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Programming for kids - Course3 Farmer While Loops

Let us look at the Twelfth stage of the third course in Code.org code studio. You will program to help a farmer in filling holes and removing dirt in the farm..There are 9 levels, all are coding exercises..  https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/12/puzzle/1 Below are the images of each level along with the code needed to complete that level.

Programming for kids - Course 3 Artist Nested Loops

Let us look at the Eleventh stage of the third course in Code.org code studio. You will learn how to create different Geometric pattern using nested Loops.There are 12 levels, 11 are coding exercises and the last one is a Question and Answer level.  https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/11/puzzle/1 Below are the incomplete drawings in each level along with the code needed to complete that level and the completed drawing.

Programming for kids - Course 3 Maze Conditionals

Let us look at the Eighth stage of the third course in Code.org code studio. You will learn how to use Conditional statements in the Maze.There are 12 levels, 11 are coding exercises and the last one is a Question and Answer level. You will also be writing functions using if else statements and loops. https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/8/puzzle/1 Below are the images of maze in each level along with the code needed to complete that level.

Programming for kids - Course 3 Bee Conditionals

Let us look at the Seventh stage of the third course in Code.org code studio. You will learn how to use Conditional statements.There are 10 levels, 9 are coding exercises and the last one is a Question and Answer level. You will also be writing functions using if else statements and loops. https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/7/puzzle/1 Below are the images of maze in each level along with the code needed to complete that level.

Programming for kids - Course 3 Bee Functions

Let us look at the Sixth stage of the third course in Code.org code studio. You will learn how to create and use functions. We will learn how to create a separate code block as a function and use it in the main program.  There are 11 levels, all coding exercises. You will actually write code for a function. https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/6/puzzle/1 Below are the images of maze in each level along with the code needed to complete that level.  This is the first level in this stage. The bee will move towards the flower and collect nectar 3 times each. The code displayed here shows how it is done. We will use a similar example and create a function in the next level.

Programming for kids - Course 3 Artist Functions

Let us look at the Fifth stage of the third course in Code.org code studio. You will learn how to draw different geometric patterns by programming. We are introduced the concept of a function. We will learn how to create a separate code block as a function and use it in the main program. This reduces the recurring code and makes the program tidy. There are 10 levels. First 9 levels are exercises, last level is a Question.

Programming for Kids - Course 3 Artist

Let us look at the Third stage of the third course in Code.org code studio. You will learn how to draw different geometric patterns by programming. There are 15 levels. First 13 levels are exercises, next 2 levels are Questions and last one is for free drawing. https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/3/puzzle/1 Below are the images of incomplete picture in each level along with the code needed to complete that picture and the completed picture..

Programming for kids - Course 3 Maze

Let us look at the first stage of the third course in Code.org code studio. Before you start this course you are expected to complete the Second course. The theme in the 13 levels of this stage is Plants Vs zombies. You need to help a zombie to reach the sunflower through a maze, avoiding chompers. https://studio.code.org/s/course3/stage/2/puzzle/1 Below are the images of each level along with the code needed to complete that level.

Programming for kids - Course2 artist nested loops

This stage is called Artist Nested Loops in the Second Course on Code.org code studio https://studio.code.org/s/course2/stage/19/puzzle/1 It has 13 levels in it.You will learn how to draw different Geometric shapes using Nested Loops.  You can see screenshots of different levels and the code for each level

Programming for kids - Course2 Play Lab

This stage is called Play Lab - Create a story in the Second Course on Code.org code studio https://studio.code.org/s/course2/stage/17/puzzle/1 It has 11 levels in it. You will be able to create an animated story in the 11th level if you read through all the 10 levels in it. You can choose different actors, choose a background, make them move, control their speed, make them interact with each other and so on.

Programming for kids - Course2 Flappy Bird

This is the 16th stage in Code.org Code studio's Second course. You will be able to design a small game called Flappy Bird. You will find out how a game functions. The theme of this game is simple. There is a small bird and it will fly through different obstacles. It's flying can be controlled by a mouse click or a tap if you are playing it on a smartphone or a touch screen computer.