Join coders all over the world, as we attempt to break the current world record for the most kids coding on a single day.
Moonhack is Code Club’s free Record Setter event for kids aged 8-18 around the world.
Held on July 20th, this date is the anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing and kids all over the globe will be Moonhacking. Reach for the stars and submit your own space themed project or try one of ours on the day to help break the record!
Code Club Australia launched Moonhack in 2016 when we set the record with 10,207 kids coding on a single day. In 2017 we went global and beat our own record with 28,575 kids coding. This year we need you to join in and show the world how fun, easy and exciting coding is, with kids from all over the world joining the effort to get free, fun digital technologies education into everyone’s hands.
Who is Moonhack For?
Moonhack is for everyone. Moonhack is inclusive, because coding is for everyone!! All skill levels encouraged:
– Kids new to code
– Kids in Code Clubs, Coder Dojos or Maker Spaces
– Coding whizz kids who code at home
– Code enthusiasts who are discovering their love for digital making
Code Club Australia believes that democratising digital education is the way forward, and encourages all kids, all skill levels to join in!
Any coding project with a moon or space theme can be submitted or check out our open source Moonhack projects in Scratch and Python! We will also be hosting projects from our partners in code.
Anyone can submit a project, but only 8-18 year olds will be counted toward the record. By all means, kidults, share your awesome with us!!