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Code Your Own Dance Party with Coldplay and Code.org

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Code.org is teaming up with Coldplay to inspire students to code & dance.

Visit http://code.org/coldplay to create a dance to “Higher Power” and the band might spotlight yours on social media, and you could get to see the band live!

How to join the fun – code, dance, and share!

  1. Start Dance Party
  2. Learn to code your own dance in a short 10-step tutorial
  3. On the final level, code an awesome dance to Coldplay’s song, “Higher Power.” (Don’t forget to try out the special “Higher Power” background effect!)
  4. Click “Finish” to get a share link to your project.
  5. For extra fun, make a video of yourself dancing along with your code!

You can find all the terms & conditions along with an FAQ section at http://code.org/coldplay

Not a Coldplay fan? You can choose from dozens of other songs in the Hour of Code Dance Party lessons.

What will you (or your kids) create!? Get started at Code.org.

Proud of a creation you’ve made? Share a link to it in the comments. I’d love to see them.

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