I have used Blockly and CSFirst in the classroom and find them to be great programs for introducing coding to Upper Primary students.
In order to get students working together I tend to get students testing each others games out and reporting back regarding possible bugs, as well as some positive feedback. For instance, when making games or animations on Scratch, students used the program how it was intended and gave feedback to the creator. This is usually done a few times in order to support the debugging process.
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