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PROGRAMMING WITH

SCRATCH

(For 7 to 10 year-old)

Children will learn common software coding concepts through a MIT-developed coding app called Scratch to create their own animations and video games.

 

Duration: 9-12 Hours

Pre-requisite:  N/A

Option 1:

Date: July 26, 27, Aug 2, 3 (Fri, Sat)
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm

Tuition: $2700

Duration: 12 Hours (4 sessions)
@Hong Kong Science Park

Option 3:

Date: July 22-24 (Mon-Wed) (3 Days)
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm

Tuition: $2230

Duration: 9 Hours (3 sessions)

@Innocentre (Kowloon Tong)

Option 2:

Date: Aug 5-8 (Mon-Thu)
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm

Tuition: $2700

Duration: 12 Hours (4 sessions)

@Hong Kong Science Park

***Enroll now to enjoy 15% off early bird discount (Valid till 31/5)

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT IS SCRATCH?

Scratch is developed by the MIT Lab and used by millions of young programmers worldwide to create animations and games. It consists of visual programming interface focusing on introducing computing to young programmers.

You can refer to scratch.mit.edu for its programming interface. 

WHAT CAN SCRATCH DO?

It consists of media rich commands that allows programmers to create animations and games using drag-and-drop programming interface.

WHAT DO I NEED FOR

THE CLASS?

Students need to bring their own wifi-enabled laptops (Windows or Mac), a mobile phone (for VR) and Objectblocks / Arduino basic set (can be purchased from our online shop)

WHAT IS THE COURSE OUTLINE?

Class 1:

Introduction of Programming Scratch - and explore!

Class 2:  

Animated Stories with your imagination

        -  What constitutes animations and how to animate in Scratch

        -  How to have multiple characters to interact with each other

        -  How to do background changes 

        -  Create own animated stories with different topics

Class 3 - 4:  Scratch Game Design

        -  Use variables to track of scores and lives

        -  If-then-else conditions 

        -  Synchronisation among characters

        -  Design enhanced maze game and shooting games