Date: 10th – 12th April (Monday – Wednesday)
Time: 9.30am-12.30pm (Arrival & Breakfast at 9.00am)
Location: Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI), Kuala Lumpur
Promotion: 10% Early Bird discount (valid till 25th March)
Note: Maximum 10 students per camp, subject to first come first serve basis.
Pre-requisites: Our holiday camps are designed for students with little to no prior programming experience.
(A) Little Juniors (Age 5-8)
In conjunction with April’s Earth Day, Codejuniors will have a fun mix of Coding + Fun Facts about Earth Projects. The camp setting is hands-on and collaborative, and the experience is centered on learning through fun and discovery! On top of that, get your FREE Terrarium too!
Overview of the camp:
“Making a terrarium can provide children, especially urban kids, a space to appreciate and interact with nature. Designing a terrarium also is a form of artistic expression for children to express their creativity.”
(Parents have the option to top up RM40 for additional accessories like colored sands, mini-figurine, bigger glass)
What to Bring
An iPad (iOS8 or later) or any Android tab (Android 4.4.2 KitKat)
(B) Explorer Juniors (Age 9-14)
In this camp, students will :
And in conjunction with April’s Earth Day , get to build your very own FREE Terrarium!
What is Scratch?
Scratch is a visual programming language – developed by the MIT Media Lab -that provides a rich learning environment for first-time programmers. Scratch makes ideas of computer science accessible and allows creation of interactive, media-rich projects such as animation and games.
How Scratch works
Scratch allows new programmers to create programs with drag-and-drop block-codes.
Scratch provides everything needed to program games. Scratch building blocks approach to programming sets it apart from other programming languages. This makes Scratch easier to learn. And yet Scratch provides plenty of programming power, allowing you to build very powerful application projects.
What to Bring
A laptop (Windows/Mac/Chromebook) with wifi capability
Camp setting is hands-on and collaborative. The experience is centered on learning through fun and discovery. Skills development includes: