Students learn programming concepts that apply to real world programming languages by coding games and animations. Learning to code is an essential skill to understand and shape the world that we live in. The process of learning to code teaches kids to think critically and creatively about problems. Kids who learn to code learn how to problem solve, and use logic and systematic reasoning.
Starfire Coding-Scratch Level I: This class is for students grades 4-8. Scratch is a visual programming language, where blocks of code are snapped together to create games and animations. Scratch is a robust language that can be used to code complicated games. Kids will learn coding concepts and build their own games and animated stories.
Starfire Coding-Scratch Level II: This class is for students grades 4-8 who have taken Coding Scratch Coding Level I. Kids will learn advanced coding concepts and build their own advanced games and animated stories.
Starfire Coding-Advanced Scratch: This class is for students grades 4-8 who have taken Coding Scratch Coding Level I and II. Kids will learn advanced coding concepts and build their own advanced games and animated stories.
Day/Time: Tuesdays , 3:20 – 4:20pm
Class Dates: September 17 – December 3
No Class: Nov 12, Nov 26
Number of Classes: 10
Class Size: 5 – 24 students
Class Fee: $350
Instructor: tbd Tel: 650-649-9575 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please call or email the instructor to report an absence.
Las Lomitas League Contact: Jenn Hipple at email@example.com
Starfire teacher-coaches are highly qualified math, engineering, computer science professionals and teachers with degrees from Stanford University, Harvard, MIT, University of California and other excellent academic institutions. We teach Starfire Coding with Scratch because we want to share our knowledge and enthusiasm for Coding with Scratch with kids. For more information, check out https://www.starfireed.com/coding-1/