CODE CAMP 2016
The final project from a 2014 Scratch camper
Code Camp : An Introduction to Computer Programming for Ages 9-14
In this camp, students will learn computer programming concepts by using the icon-based programming language, Scratch. Developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Lifelong Learning Kindergarten Group, Scratch allows users to design real-life animations, games, and various other interactions.
This program requires a more in-depth understanding of web-based applications and has many more “parts” to learn than the simplified Lego® WeDo software. This class will focus on creating animations, discovering computer “bugs” and making simple games and interactions utilizing Scratch. Ages 9 -14 (or previous WeDo® class experience).
Returning campers (or advanced students) can expect a more challenging curriculum where we recreate classic video games to learn more in-depth programming concepts.
- Code Camp at The Einstein School will run June 27 – July 1 from 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Drop-off begins at 1:15 p.m., but students must be picked up by 5:00 p.m.
- Price for camp is $150, but will be reduced to $100 if you provide your own laptop for your child.
- A $75 deposit will be required to secure your child’s spot.
- Deposits will be refunded if notice is given 3 weeks prior to camp start date.
- Remaining balance is due by June 20, 2016 via PayPal invoice (or by check).
- Students may pack a snack and bring a water bottle, if needed.