Learn Coding through Scratch Game development to bring your imagination to life!!
Learn the fundamental concepts of coding by just drag and dropping coding blocks to achieve your desire program...but wait...is this real programming?? Your child will be learning coding concepts like the while-loop, if-else statements, for-loop, variables, arrays, etc so yes this scratch coding course will introduce your child to all the fundamental concepts of real world coding in the form of drag and dropping coding blocks. When they have fully understand the fundamental concepts of coding it will be a easier transition for them to transit to text base coding.
Learning how to use scratch to code your own game is full of fun and makes learning coding exciting and and full of surprises as you see your codes coming to life right infront of you. In scratch coding, your imagination is the limit.
Algorithm Design: Developing coding instructions to solve problem in a systematic step by step approach.
Pattern recognition: Recognizing patterns, trends and regularities in data.
Abstraction: Recognizing the general overall principles that generate these patterns.
Decomposition: Breaking down codes into smaller manageable parts for easy debugging and reusability.
Scratch Coding Lesson Plan
Our lesson plan are specially designed and tailored to provide progressing learning with ease. Each level teaches a set of new coding concepts as the child progresses they will be using the prior knowledge acquired in the previous levels together with the new sets of coding concepts that they will be learning in their current level to produce even more complex programs in a gradual step by step manner.
Students will be taught on how to use coding concepts to develop the sets of skills needed to solve coding problems in scratch game development, these coding concepts learned can also be applied to web development, game developments or apps development however they will be in a different language like python, PHP, Java, etc.
We are providing children age 5 and 6 years old and 7 to 12 years of age a head start in understanding coding concepts to ease their transition to text based coding.
Check out our lesson plans below. Each level is carefully planned and design for the child to learn and absorb each level well before progressing to the next level. This modular approach does not overwhelm the child with too much information and allows them to progress through each level with greater ease and confidence.
Proficiency test consisting of both theory and practical will be conducted on the 4th session of Beginner level 2, Intermediate level 2 and Advance level 2.