International Availability of Curriculum and Materials

Country availability

CS First is available for use globally. To see which languages CS First is offered in, please visit the Language Availability section below.

Language availability

All of our activities and materials are available in English.

High Seas, Animate a Name, Storytelling, Fashion, Game Design, Art, and Music & Sound are available in German.

High Seas, Animate a Name, Storytelling, Fashion, Game Design, and Art, are available in French.

High Seas, Animate a Name, Storytelling, Fashion, Game Design, and Art, are available in Italian.

High Seas, Storytelling, Game Design and Art are available in European Spanish. Use the language picker at the bottom right corner of the CS First website to access the activities in different languages.

Separately, all of our one-hour activities (with the exception of High Seas and Gumball), are also available in Latin American Spanish. You can access those by going to the English version of those activities on our curriculum page.

We will update this article as new languages become available.

Although CS First isn't available in all languages, Scratch is available in over 70 languages. To switch your language in Scratch, click on the globe icon next to the Scratch logo in the top left corner of the Scratch editor.

Classroom kit shipment availability

CS First classroom kits can be shipped to the following countries:

  • US
  • Ireland
  • Northern Ireland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy

If you are in a country not listed above, visit the Digital Materials help article to learn how to download and print CS First print materials in English, French, German, or Italian.

International Standards Alignment

Ireland: PDST Technology in Education, Nov 2017. This document was developed by PDST Technology in Education and contains details of potential mappings between Google’s CS First material and the Irish school curriculum for children aged 9-14.

UK: Miles Berry and Dr John Woollard, May 2018. This document was developed by Miles Berry and Dr John Woollard and contains details of potential mappings between Google’s CS First material and the UK school curriculum for children aged 9-14.

 

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