Roses are red, violets are blue, we really love Code Club, and we hope you do too!
Read on and find out why kids love attending Code Club and try our heart-themed projects this Valentine’s Day!
The best thing about Code Club is you!
Young members from Star Clubs at RGS the Grange in Worcestershire, Cully Coders in Devon, Meriden Code Club in Coventry, and Wormit Primary school in Scotland, wrote to us to say why they love attending Code Club — it made us blush and warmed our hearts!
“You can take on fun and challenging projects which get your mind thinking”
“I love coding because you can make whatever is in your mind”
“The leaders help us if we are stuck and they are there for us if we need them!”
“I love coding and it is really fun”
“The best thing about Tuesday”
“I can learn to create my own projects and it’s great fun to learn!”
“You can be creative and add lots of your own ideas to the challenges”
Your code brightens our day
Send a secret Valentine’s Day letter to a loved one with our mystery letter project.
In this project, children will learn how to use multiple CSS classes to style text and find out how to use background images and free Google Fonts.
Here are messages from Regional Coordinator Liz, and International Programme Coordinator Kat.
Alternatively, you might like to test your skills by remixing our Happy Birthday project! Design a Valentine’s Day card for your pet, grandparent, or your secret crush.
Express your love with Scratch
Everyone needs a little inspiration when writing a poem for a loved one. Our Scratch poetry generator can help, along with teaching you about variables, lists, and repeat blocks.
Have a look at Regional Coordinator Rohima’s poem, it will make you laugh!
If you would prefer to draw your love, try using Paint Box to draw your favourite things — this could include cake, your pet, or your sibling’s face!