Coding for Kids, Jr. / Star Wars Edition

Explore the incredible world of coding! Learn how to use computer science and Scratch – an amazing programming language developed by MIT – to build a huge variety of computer games, animations, and apps inspired by the characters and stories you love. This session’s theme is Star Wars! Together, we’ll learn how to use the basics of code to create simple yet amazing games like a BB-8 racing game, a Rey vs. Kylo-Ren lightsaber duel, a Millenium Falcon asteroid run, and many, many more apps and animations featuring your favorite Star Wars characters! Whether you’ve taken one of our classes before or are a complete beginner, you’ll work on brand-new projects and learn how to think like a programmer by using concepts including sequential thinking, loops, control flow, and programmatic problem-solving. This course is a great way for young children to work on exciting projects, gain confidence using technology, and cultivate an interest in STEM fields.
Location: Los Alisos Intermediate, Rm
Instructor: Code Campus Staff
Fee: $200/4 days
Ages: 2nd-3rd grades
ASP4320 – M-Th – Jun 20-23 – 9:00 am-12:00 pm

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DIY Devices

Create your very own hardware using every day, recyclable materials! From a functioning virtual reality headset crafted from cardboard to a smartphone projector created from an old shoebox, to a pocket-sized solar charger for your electronic devices, you’ll be amazed at the types of projects you can build using STEM engineering principles and sustainable practices. Best of all – you’ll be able to take your projects home with you when you’re finished building them! This course is an excellent way to begin exploring practical engineering and other STEM fundamentals while learning about reusability and sustainability.
Location: Los Alisos Intermediate, Rm
Instructor: Code Campus Staff
Fee: $200/4 days
Ages: 4th-6th grades
ASP4322 – M-Th – Jul 25-28 – 9:00 am-12:00 pm

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Coding for Kids / Superhero Edition

Explore the incredible world of coding! Learn how to use computer science and Scratch – an amazing programming language developed by MIT – to build a huge variety of computer games, animations, and apps inspired by the characters and stories you love. This session’s theme is Superheroes! Together, we’ll learn how to use college-level logic principles to build completely custom games like an Iron Man flight simulator, a Big Hero 6 action adventure, an X-Men arcade game, and much, much more! Whether you’ve taken one of our classes before or are a complete beginner, you’ll work on brand-new projects and learn about advanced topics like control flow, Boolean operators, functions, animation, and object-oriented programming. This course is a great way for children to work on exciting projects, gain confidence using technology, and cultivate an interest in STEM fields.
Location: Los Alisos Intermediate, Rm
Instructor: Code Campus Staff
Fee: $200/4 days
Ages: 4th-6th grades
ASP4321 – M-Th – Jul 11-14 – 9:00 am-12:00 pm

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Mobile App Development for Kids

Have you ever played games like Angry Birds or Clash of Clans on your parents’ smart-phones? These are examples of mobile apps – and in this class, you’ll learn
how to create your very own! Master the fundamentals of computer science to build real mobile apps that can run on Android devices! You’ll learn how to create apps like a photo drawing tool like Snapchat, a text-to-speech app that talks to you like Siri, and tons of different games! Android devices are provided to test your creations in-class.
Location: Los Alisos Intermediate, Rm
Instructor: Code Campus Staff
Fee: $200/4 days
Ages: 4th-6th grades
ASP4323 – M-Th – Aug 8-11 – 9:00 am-12:00 pm

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