Code Monster - this interactive tutorial allows you go get started in code writing almost immediately. It's easy, fun, and allows you to progress through exciting experiments using simple animations and drawings. This great program uses examples to introduce programming concepts such as loops, conditionals, expressions, variables, and functions.
Web Turtle - Create interesting shapes and drawings using a turtle! This drawing program uses "Turtle Graphics." The turtle leaves behind a trail, as you give it commands to move around the screen. Try to edit a drawing, or work with new geometric shapes that you want to create.
Lightbot - Program Lightbot to light up all the blue squares!
Here are a few options from Code.org:
STAR WARS - Create Your Own Star Wars Game or use block coding to move BB-8
MINECRAFT - Use blocks of code to take Steve or Alex on an adventure through Minecraft. Another option is you can program animals and other Minecraft creatures in your own version of Minecraft.
FROZEN - Write code to solve puzzles with Anna and Elsa from Disney's Frozen.
Alice - create 3D animations - great for telling stories or game design, with an easy drag and drop interface. Create your own world.
Snap! - Build your own blocks! This "broadly inviting programming language" for kids and adults provides a great foundation for computer science. This can be run right in your browser.
More? Go beyond an hour here. Or start making games with Gamemaker: Studio (no matter your level of expertise). What is an Hour of Code? It's explained here.
APPS Hopscotch - drag blocks of code around to design your own game. Lego Mindstorm Fix the Factory - Direct a robot through specific tasks that you code in order to solve the puzzle. Tinker - Use code blocks to learn programming. Drag and drop actions make it easy for new learners. KodablePro - Curriculum for coding, includes individual lessons.