Coding Einsteins – II – Robominors

Coding Einsteins – II

Did your child ever want to design a game but found programming too hard? Well Scratch makes game development easy to learn and fun to create! As children create with Scratch, they learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically. Through this course, kids will be introduced to the concept of game development using drag and drop programming. From creating variables to building functions – kids will be able to snap drag-and-drop blocks of code together and create their very own version of animated games. 

With an experience mentor to guide them all the way through, this course will give kids a head-start in life by empowering them with coding skills and hence making them great problem solvers and design-thinkers!

Age

7 – 10 years

Duration

4 weeks

Schedule

2 sessions / week

Group Size

5 Students

Course Outline

  • Intro to conditionals, loops and variables
  • Animations composing of multiple frames
  • Factors to consider when making a game
  • Creating Game variables
  • Using Camera Motion 
  • Creating a Multiplayer Game
  • Understanding Cloning

Prerequisite: Coding Einsteins – I or any other block based programming experience.

Available Sessions

Start
Date
Time Seats
Available
USD 100
USD 80
Sep 30 4pm - 5pm (PST)*
5
Fully
Booked
* 7pm - 8pm (ET)
Start
Date
Time Seats
Available
USD 100
USD 80
Oct 02 4pm - 5pm (PST)*
Fully
Booked
* 7pm - 8pm (ET)

Media

Video: How MIT's Scratch is helping early-age coders?