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  • Animation and Games with Scratch (Gr. 4-5) by CodeWizardsHQ - $149 per month

    Initial payment of $25 at time of registration then $124 will be billed by CodeWizardsHQ after a spot has been confirmed. Then $149 will be billed to the credit card on file each month until you cancel. Scratch is a preferred introductory programming platform for younger students. Animation and Games with Scratch is a great introductory course for young individuals who are interested in learning to program. Students will learn powerful programming concepts by using Scratch’s easy-to-use interface. Every lesson is spent creating a game or animation that teaches skills that are crucial to programming, such as utilizing and creating variables, implementing loops, and using conditionals. By the end of the class, students will have the ability to code simple Scratch games and animations.
  • Introduction to Python Programming (Gr. 5-9) by CodeWizardsHQ - $149 per month

    Initial payment of $25 at time of registration then $124 will be billed by CodeWizardsHQ after a spot has been confirmed. Then $149 will be billed to the credit card on file each month until you cancel. Students learn the fundamentals of programming using Python, a beginner friendly programming language. In this hands-on class, students build fun, engaging projects while mastering fundamental programming principles like variables, loops, conditionals, arrays and more. It also gives them a strong foundation for more complex coding projects. This is an interactive, live class taught by an instructor in real-time (not recorded videos). It’s a fun and effective way to learn.
  • Introduction to Python Programming (Gr. 8-12) by CodeWizardsHQ - $149 per month

    Initial payment of $25 at time of registration then $124 will be billed by CodeWizardsHQ after a spot has been confirmed. Then $149 will be billed to the credit card on file each month until you cancel. Students learn the fundamentals of programming using Python, a beginner friendly programming language. In this hands-on class, students build fun, engaging projects while mastering fundamental programming principles like variables, loops, conditionals, arrays and more. It also gives them a strong foundation for more complex coding projects. This is an interactive, live class taught by an instructor in real-time (not recorded videos). It’s a fun and effective way to learn.
  • Little Coders (Gr. K-2) by Coding with Kids

    Our Little Coders camp is an opportunity for young children to develop their computational thinking skills, build their first programs, and have fun with new friends! The curriculum is designed specifically for early readers and takes into account cognitive abilities as well as the attention span typical for ages 5-7. Students are introduced to basic coding concepts in a variety of ways, from playing coding board games like Robot Turtles to programming their first games or animated stories. We use age-appropriate online tools, including Lightbot, Kodable, and Scratch.
  • Little Coders: Animations (Gr. K-2) by Coding with Kids

    Our Little Coders class is an opportunity for young children to develop their computational thinking skills, build their first programs, and have fun with new friends! The curriculum is designed specifically for early readers and takes into account cognitive abilities as well as the attention span typical for ages 5-7. We use age-appropriate online tools, including Lightbot, Kodable, and Scratch to introduce basic coding skills. After the class, students will be able to share their projects with family and friends and continue programming at home with their Coding with Kids Scratch account. Prerequisites: Basic reading helpful but not required Can handle mouse and keyboard comfortably Adult assistance required during camp
  • Python: Intro (Gr. 3-5) by Coding with Kids

    Ready to learn one of the most widely used programming languages in the world? Then this is the class to sign up for! Python is a very versatile and easy-to-learn starter language that is widely used by software developers, scientists and data analysts, from medical research to applications at NASA. Through the games they create, campers will learn and practice core coding concepts and learn Python-specific concepts and syntax. Projects range from trivia quizzes to competitive two-player games and everything in between. Students will gain valuable experience with key concepts such as data structures and algorithms. Prerequisites: Basic prior coding experience required