Required: You need a Windows PC, Mac Computer or Chromebook to take this class. Students need to have taken Scratch Ninja 2 or have at least 20 hours of Scratch coding experiences and are familiar with all coding blocks in Scratch.
Part 3 of this Scratch coding course covers the most advanced programming concepts that Scratch has to offer such as list/array, defining your own blocks (functions), and complex interactions between different game elements via messaging and cloning. We continue the cadence of the one fun project per session, even though projects become more complex. Class time focuses on learning new coding concepts as well as how to construct steps to build more complex projects. In order to complete each project, students will typically need to spend 1-2 hours outside of class to finish all the details.
Part 4 is the most advanced Scratch coding class Part for kids. The focus is on making connections across all of their previous learning, while layering in additional challenges in coding, problem solving, and creativity. We will be building a variety of fun arcade-game inspired projects where students can add their own twists based on their personal interests. Students are expected to complete the project after each class, so we can focus class time on the most challenging part of the game building. We are sure you will be amazed at what your child can do with Scratch coding!
This class is VIRTUAL. We will send you an individual link for the class by the Friday before the class start date. Min 3 / Max. 10. Instructor: Create and Learn Staff. Registration Deadline: October 25