WHAT IS THE CHALLENGE AND WHEN DOES IT TAKE PLACE?

From December 6th—17th, Unruly Studios is hosting a challenge that reinvents what Hour of Code™ feels like by getting students jumping out of their seats to play active games they code themselves!

Unruly Schools across the US and Canada compete along with pro-cornerback Jonathan Jones in a series of code and play challenges 🏈
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WHAT’S THE GAME PLAN?

Jonathan Jones handpicked his favorite active games for students of all levels including the brand new “Cornerback Challenge” game he helped create! Schools will use these games or build their own to compete for points. The event includes:

Quick-and-easy activities
Coding challenges
Student prizes

Learn more about Jonathan’s story and how we are bringing coding and active play to students across the US and Canada ⬇️

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