Code with Circuits Fall (4th - 6th grade)


It’s all about gadgets and gizmos. If your student enjoys physically creating circuits with their own two hands and using their imagination to come up with novel inventions, then this is the class for them. Not only will students learn the basics of working with electronic components, they’ll also build with them and learn how to code them.

We’ve specially designed this class for students ready to move to the next level of coding and hacking electronics. They’ll be using Arduino to prototype their own inventions. REAL components, REAL breadboards, and REAL fun! The class starts with electronics basics, such as working with Arduino to program LEDs — turning them off and on, as well as making them change colors. Then each week we tackle new domains (ex: sound, movement, and interaction) to challenge campers to expand on what they’ve learned. From constructing a mini-synth keyboard to programming a game of Simon Says, campers learn how the technology works on the inside, and they’ll experience the satisfaction of building something in the real world.

Day/Time: Wednesdays, 2:55 – 3:55pm

Class Dates: September 19 – December 12

No Class: Oct 31, Nov 14, Nov 21

Number of Classes: 10

Location: Room 47, La Entrada

Class Size: 12 – 20 students

Class Fee: $245

Instructor: Jessica Koehler Tel: 650-231-2048 Email:

Las Lomitas League Contact: Jenn Hipple at

Please call or email the instructor to report an absence.

At Sparkiverse, we’ve reinvented how young students learn tech by wrapping it with creativity and fun.

Our instructors are coaches, guides, educators, cheerleaders, and audiences for our students as they explore and nurture their love of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.