Join our holiday camps to let your child get a taste of how FUN it is to learn coding with our robots and other STEM education tools. Give it a try and your child will fall for it!
Act now and start sharing the fun and laughter of learning to code!
- Cubetto (Age: 3.5 - 4)
This course is tailor made for young kids aged 3.5 to 5 as the first step to explore the computer world. Cubetto is the friendly wooden robot that will teach your child the basics of computer programming through adventure and hands on play. Montessori approved, LOGO Turtle inspired.
- ScratchJr (Age: 5 - 6)
ScratchJr is an introductory programming language that enables young children to create their own interactive stories and games. Children snap together graphical programming blocks to make characters move, jump, dance, and sing.
- Dash Robot (Age: 7 - 8)
With specific iPad apps, students tackle a series of challenges and in-app puzzles that introduce the fundamental concepts of coding. The Wonder app uses state machine programming and an original visual design to advance young students’ understanding of computer science.
- MIT Scratch (Age: 8+)
With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations - and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively - essential skills for life in the 21st century.
- mBot (Age: 9+)
mBot is an all-in-one solution to enjoy the hands-on experience of programming, electronics, and robotics. Working with mBlock inspired by Scratch 2.0, connecting with computers or smart devices via Bluetooth or 2.4G (by different version), this easy-to-assemble mBot provides infinite possibilities for you to learn STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).
- Minecraft Modding (Age: 10+)
“Modding is just another word for modify”. Have you ever played Monopoly and changed the rules a little, to speed up the game? Then you already have experience in modding! Minecraft is not the first video game to be “moddable”, but, until recently, modding was only truly accessible to professional computer programmers who have the skills to write complex code.
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