Students of all ages and ability levels will find something to love in this exciting 5-day workshop!
Beginners can pick up coding skills by making a simple racing game with Scratch, the MIT-developed coding tool, whilst advanced coders will learn about the mathematics and physics of car racing - and how to build them into a surprisingly sophisticated simulation.
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From coding concepts such as loops and branches, to geometry and coordinate systems, to algorithms and object-oriented programming, there’s lots to learn in this workshop. Students are free to learn at their own pace, but the more they learn, the more they can do - and the more they do, the more they can play!
This is a “hands-on” workshop, so students won’t just be listening - they’ll be making. Following the instructions in the worksheets, they’ll already be able to take home a game that they’ve made themselves - but there’s plenty of room to make it their own by customizing and rearranging the game to their liking.
This workshop isn’t about adding fun to coding, maths and physics - it’s about showing kids that coding, maths and physics ARE fun. Students will discover how code can enhance their play experience - from the nitty-gritty details of fine-tuning the car’s friction data, all the way to the fast and furious action of boost power-ups.
Why choose Code Ninja?
Low Instructor-to-Student Ratio
With a ratio of one instructor to four or fewer students, each and every child will get the individual attention and support they deserve.
Scratch was developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to make coding easier for beginners. Its simple drag-and-drop design makes for a coding tool that’s easy to use - but still very powerful.
Certification and Feedback
Your child won’t just walk away with new knowledge - our certificates ensure that students come away with a sense of accomplishment. But more than that, Code Ninja also provides individualized feedback for every student, to help parents like you plan your child’s future learning journeys.