Coding 101 Workshop For Kids Featuring MIT's Scratch & BBC's Micro:bit

This school holiday, give your kid a head start in designing the future!

 
 

Code Ninja does school holiday programs differently. We don't just stop at teaching a programming language. Each kid will also receive their very own programmable mini computer, the Micro:bit. Putting the two together, the kids will code and create their own toys in 3 days! 

Created by professional syllabus developers from the NIE, this workshop is designed to

  • Provide a strong foundation in coding
  • Spark the natural curiosity of a child
  • Inspire creativity and invention

At Code Ninja, we make learning to code fun and engaging – almost like playing a game! This is something kids love and parents approve!

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Build a toy with BBC's Micro:bit

Micro:bit is a computer board measuring 4cm x 5cm developed by the BBC to teach kids how to code. It has LEDs, buttons, buttons, sensors and a processor, all of which are programmable. It is great for kids to tinker, build fun devices and through the process, learn to code.

 
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Learn a new language, Scratch by MIT

Scratch is a visual programming language developed by MIT. It is used to easily create interactive stories, animations and games and provides a stepping stone to the world of computer programming.

 
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Who is it for?

  • This class is for kids who are new to coding

  •  Kids ages 9 to 14

How much is it?

  • $395 per child

  • Includes the Microbit worth $40