Students in third, fourth, and fifth grade had the opportunity to participate in a six week long after-school coding club. They were able to start learning about coding with a variety of visual coding languages. All members participated in the hour of code on Code.org and then moved on to Scratch. The students created short programs to make a sprite move and interact with other sprites. Scratch is an open-ended program that allows students to create imaginative works. The students were excited that they could continue their programming at home and all year long. Way to go Coding Club!