Holiday Coding/Robotics Camp

Duration

  • 1 Day Projects - Mornings Only

What do I need?

  • Webinar : A laptop, and a stable internet connection. The recommended minimum speed is around 10 Mbps.
  • Classroom Training : A laptop or tablet, please notify us if you are not bringing your own laptop or tablet or robot.
  • Classroom Training : If you have a Lego Boost or Lego EV3 Mindstorms Robot, you may bring it along

Who will benefit

  • School kids from all ages who want to learn to code or improve their coding
  • For junior kids - learn at your level step-by-step
  • For senior kids - improve your skills

Pre-requisites

  • Kids from grade 1 + can attend, we divide the group according to capabilities

What you will learn

  • Have fun and learn to code at the same time
  • Learn various coding/robotics frameworks
  • Stimulate your problem-solving skills by creating solutions to coding games, robotics challenges

Holiday Programme is Active as Below

  • 7-11 December 2020
  • 14-18 December 2020
  • 4-8 January 2021
  • 11-15 January 2021

One

Scratch Junior Projects

  • Let’s get to know Scratch!
  • We’ll also learn about sprites
  • Learn about co-ordinates

Two

Scratch Junior Projects

  • Create Stories / Animations
  • More Stories / Animation

Three

Lego Boost

  • Let’s get to know lego Boost!
  • Let's build a robot
  • Let is figure out a way around obstacles

Four

Virtual Robotics Toolkit Projects

  • Use VRT to design your robots and run simulations
  • Program objects to bounce back
  • Even more

Five

Minecraft Education Projects

  • Minecraft Education projects
  • Build various games

Six

Scratch

  • Learn Scratch Basics
  • Design your own story and implement it

Seven

Scratch Projects

  • Create an interactive maze with a guard
  • Create an interactive maze with booby traps
  • Create an interactive maze with treasures

Eight

Code.org

  • Learning the Code.org environment
  • Learn Code Basics

Nine

Code.org Projects

  • Design Games and implement them
  • Learn how to code basic games

Ten

Minecraft Education

  • Design a game
  • Implement a game
  • Play a game
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