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Scratch 7-9 years old
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Scratch: Intro to Game Development (New Coders)   ( 12 sessions  sessions 70 Minutes per session )

Languages / tools: Scratch

Prerequisites: 

None

Start your coding journey by creating your own games! Campers will learn the core concepts of computer programming that will lay the foundations for future coding success. A variety of projects, such as chasing games, mazes, and animated stories, will allow campers to use their creativity while learning coding concepts like loops and variables. Our unique curriculum and smaller class size provide personalized instruction that helps students progress at their own pace while being appropriately challenged. Students will have access to their own Scratch account that will allow them to continue working on their coding journey at home.

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Scratch: Arcade Games & Platormer & Maze Games ! ( 12 sessions  70 Minutes per session )

Languages / tools: Scratch

Prerequisites: 

Completion of Scratch: Intro to Game Development OR basic coding experience

In this workshop, students will learn how to recreate a different arcade game each day, including Brick Breaker, Space Invaders, and more! Using Scratch, students will learn various coding concepts and techniques to apply to recreating arcade games. Students will build on their existing coding foundations to challenge themselves by coding various types of classic games.

tudents will create a different platformer game each week to learn the various coding skills and concepts involved in making platformers. Students will use Scratch to code progressively challenging games including recreations of classics like Mario Bros. and Kirby!

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Scratch: Play games with friends  Arcade Games & Platormer & Maze Games ! ( 12  sessions 70 Minutes per session )

Languages / tools: Scratch

Prerequisites: 

Completion of Scratch: Intro to Game Development OR basic coding experience

Ready to design and create games you can play against your friends and family? This course will teach you what it takes to create fun two-person, player-vs-player (PvP) games. Students will apply the game design process and complex coding concepts, including condition-based loops, functions with parameters, and lists, to create multiplayer games, such as Snowball Fight, Tank Destroyer, and Super Scratch Bros!

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