Looking for a gentle, self-paced introduction to Bootstrap? Try the Hours of Code below.


This Hour of Code lesson is a great, self-paced activity to introduce students to Bootstrap. Students explore simple function composition and order of operations, and then build on that knowledge to create simple computer graphics.


This Hour of Code lesson, like the summer one, is a gentle introduction to the programming in Bootstrap. It’s got a winter theme, with students modifying code to build a snowman!

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Of course, there’s more to a curriculum than software and lesson plans! We also provide a number of resources to educators, including standards alignment, a complete student workbook, an answer key for the programming exercises and a forum where they can ask questions and share ideas.

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