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S101 – Scratch Beginner 1 (Age 10-12)

Step into the World of Programming

Specially designed for curious young minds who are new to coding / programming: This course introduces a must-have skill to equip your children with, for their futures. We believe in engaging children to be thinkers and creators through hands-on and project-based learning, for a purpose.

Students will design their own interactive stories, animations and gaming ideas using Scratch, a visual programming language. Students will combine visual blocks creatively and instruct the computer to breathe their creations to life.

The beauty in what we teach is not the language that matters, but the practice of thinking through a problem and applying a solution. This logic is essential to any coding language and applicable even beyond the scope of the course. Want to find out more? Check out our FAQs.

Lynette loves her scratch 1, 2 and advanced. There is a need to code. There is a need to compute and put in the logic for actions to take place and determining the actions. Behind each automation, there are a lot of coding.

Introduction to and exploration of Scratch
Understand Motions and Events
Learn about (x, y) coordinates
How to initiate events with  user input

Control of characters using Commands
Relative versus Absolute commands
Setting sizes
Give instructions to your Characters

Step-by-step Animation
Loops and parallelism techniques
Customize costumes, colours and pick music

Creation of in-game variables
Score, Timer

2 hours class every weekend

90 min class every weekday 16:30 - 18:00​

2 hours class for 5 days
4 hours class for 5 days to complete beginners 1 & 2

S102 – Scratch Beginner 2 (Age 10-12)

Advance to the next Scratch Level

Level Up your Scratch skills: Scratch 2 is a natural progression for students to hone their skills from Scratch 1. Your child will be able to reiterate concepts with more challenging activities (practice makes perfect!) and realize their childhood dreams of building the coolest game or exciting blockbuster-like animation.

Combining game design fundamentals and in-depth programming knowledge, they will design their own animations and culminate in creating a project of their own during the exciting hackathon. Want to find out more? Check out our FAQs.

Quick Recap of Scratch 1 and Storyboards
Plan storyboard outline of games

Key Game Features
Scenes and transitions
Level system
Broadcast function
Blocks creation (Reusing code)

Games
Fundamentals of game development
Creation of game of your choice

Development of own Project
(Game/Story/Animation)

Project Showcase

2 hours class every weekend

90 min class every weekday 16:30 - 18:00​

2 hours class for 5 days

S201 – Scratch STEM (Age 10-12)

Scratch STEM coding classes are intermediate coding classes that focus on a particular STEM based or Art based theme, such as LEGO robotics, physics, game design, or anime.  Kids continue to develop new coding skills and hone existing skills all while exploring a new subject.  This allows kids to apply their coding skills to real, concrete problems, while doing something they enjoy!  Learn something new! And have fun!

Students should complete Scratch Beginner 2 (or get approval) to enroll in the intermediate STEM coding classes.

Monthly Class Schedule (once a week)

 

2 hours class every weekend

90 min class every weekday 16:30 - 18:00​

2 hours class for 5 days

Special classes for holiday camp​

S201 – Scratch STEM (Age 7-9)

Scratch STEM coding classes are intermediate coding classes that focus on a particular STEM based or Art based theme, such as LEGO robotics, physics, game design, or anime.  Kids continue to develop new coding skills and hone existing skills all while exploring a new subject.  This allows kids to apply their coding skills to real, concrete problems, while doing something they enjoy!  Learn something new! And have fun!

Students should complete Scratch Beginner 2 (or get approval) to enroll in the intermediate STEM coding classes.

Monthly Class Schedule (once a week)

 

2 hours class every weekend

90 min class every weekday 16:30 - 18:00​

2 hours class for 5 days

Special classes for holiday camp

S102 – Scratch Beginner 2 (Age 7-9)

Advance to the next Scratch Level

Level Up your Scratch skills: Scratch 2 is a natural progression for students to hone their skills from Scratch 1. Your child will be able to reiterate concepts with more challenging activities (practice makes perfect!) and realize their childhood dreams of building the coolest game or exciting blockbuster-like animation.

Combining game design fundamentals and in-depth programming knowledge, they will design their own animations and culminate in creating a project of their own during the exciting hackathon. Want to find out more? Check out our FAQs.

Quick Recap of Scratch 1 and Storyboards
Plan storyboard outline of games

Key Game Features
Scenes and transitions
Level system
Broadcast function
Blocks creation (Reusing code)

Games
Fundamentals of game development
Creation of game of your choice

Development of own Project
(Game/Story/Animation)

Project Showcase

2 hours class every weekend

90 min class every weekday 16:30 - 18:00​

2 hours class for 5 days

S101 – Scratch Beginner 1 (Age 7 – 9)

Step into the World of Programming

Specially designed for curious young minds who are new to coding / programming: This course introduces a must-have skill to equip your children with, for their futures. We believe in engaging children to be thinkers and creators through hands-on and project-based learning, for a purpose.

Students will design their own interactive stories, animations and gaming ideas using Scratch, a visual programming language. Students will combine visual blocks creatively and instruct the computer to breathe their creations to life.

The beauty in what we teach is not the language that matters, but the practice of thinking through a problem and applying a solution. This logic is essential to any coding language and applicable even beyond the scope of the course. Want to find out more? Check out our FAQs.

Lynette loves her scratch 1, 2 and advanced. There is a need to code. There is a need to compute and put in the logic for actions to take place and determining the actions. Behind each automation, there are a lot of coding.

Introduction to and exploration of Scratch
Understand Motions and Events
Learn about (x, y) coordinates
How to initiate events with  user input

Control of characters using Commands
Relative versus Absolute commands
Setting sizes
Give instructions to your Characters

Step-by-step Animation
Loops and parallelism techniques
Customize costumes, colours and pick music

Creation of in-game variables
Score, Timer

2 hours class every weekend

90 min class every weekday 16:30 - 18:00​

2 hours class for 5 days
4 hours class for 5 days to complete beginners 1 & 2

SCRATCH: ADVANCED (AGE 10-12)

Class Schedule

FURTHER DEVELOP YOUR CHILD’S COMPUTATIONAL THINKING

In this course, students build on what they learned in the Scratch Beginner Class. Kids will learn more advanced programming concepts, build larger, more complex projects, and hone their critical problem solving skills. Concepts such as project planning will be introduced to allow students to experience creating projects from start to finish.

More advanced computational concepts will be taught, stretching and challenging students to think and apply what they have learned mathematically.  Ultimately this course will provide them with a comprehensive programming tool-set that is relevant for both schoolwork and personal hobbies.

The Scratch Intermediate class is broke into two, 10 hour sections: Intermediate 1 and Intermediate 2.

 

My son was fully satisfied and enjoyed the coding class. Everyday after came back home, he immediately sat in front of the PC and did his fun homework. The creativity and interesting are factors to attract him. He will apply for the next class.Eria, Mother of Matsumae Yuto (10)

 


Who is this for?

Children 10-12 years old

Completed Scratch Beginners 2

Laptop provided (one per child)

Course structure

Course duration: 20 hours total

Number of lessons: 5

Hours per lesson: 4

Small Class Size: 6 students maximum

 

Fees

Summer Camps (Weekly, Mon – Fri)
4 hrs x 5 days (20hrs)
¥50,000 + tax

 


Outline

Review of Basics and Introduction to Advanced Techniques

Revise key blocks of Scratch

Introduction to Computational Logic

Applying Computational Logic in games and animations

More Computational Logic

Diving deep into Computational Logic

More applications in games and animations

Learn your Coordinates

Introduction to Coordinates

Drawing on Scratch using Mathematics

Applying Coordinates Mathematics to games and animations

Storyboard and Project Planning

Designing and developing a storyboard

Implementing the storyboard on Scratch

Project showcase

Work on your game/app/animation concept

Use the techniques you have learned over the past 4 days

Show and tell

 

 

 

Schedule for upcoming classes

Weekend

 

Holiday Camps (Mon – Fri)

SCRATCH: BEGINNER II (AGE 10-12)

Advance to the next Scratch Level

Level Up your Scratch skills: Scratch 2 is a natural progression for students to hone their skills from Scratch 1. Your child will be able to reiterate concepts with more challenging activities (practice makes perfect!) and realize their childhood dreams of building the coolest game or exciting blockbuster-like animation.

Combining game design fundamentals and in-depth programming knowledge, they will design their own animations and culminate in creating a project of their own during the exciting hackathon. Want to find out more? Check out our FAQs.

My son was fully satisfied and enjoyed the coding class. Everyday after came back home, he immediately sat in front of the PC and did his fun homework. The creativity and interesting are factors to attract him. He will apply for the next class.Eria, Mother of Matsumae Yuto (10)

Who is this for?

Children 6-10 years old

Completed Scratch Beginners 1

Course Structure & Fees

Weekend Classes
(Saturday or Sunday)
2 hours x 5 days
¥32,000 + tax
¥30,500 + tax  (Early Bird)

After-School Classes
(1 day a week)
1.5 hours x 7 days
¥33,500 + tax
¥31,900 + tax  (Early Bird)

Class Info

Small Class Size: 6 students maximum

Laptop provided (one per child)


Outline

Quick Recap of Scratch 1 and Storyboards
Plan storyboard outline of games

Key Game Features
Scenes and transitions
Level system
Broadcast function
Blocks creation (Reusing code)

Games
Fundamentals of game development
Creation of game of your choice

Development of own Project
(Game/Story/Animation)

Project Showcase

SCRATCH: BEGINNER I (AGE 10-12)

Step into the World of Programming

Specially designed for curious young minds who are new to coding / programming.  This course introduces children to computer programming, problem solving, and logical thinking. We believe in engaging children to be thinkers and creators through hands-on and project-based learning.

Students will design their own interactive stories, animations, and games using Scratch, a visual programming language. 

Who is this for?

Children 7-9 years old

No Programming Experience Required

Course Structure & Fees

Weekend Classes
(Saturday or Sunday)
2 hours x 5 days

After-School Classes
(1 day a week)
1.5 hours x 7 days

Holiday Cams
(Monday–Friday)
2 hours x 5 days

Class Info

Small Class Size: 6 students maximum

Laptop provided (one per child)


Outline

Introduction to and exploration of Scratch
Understand Motions and Events
Learn about (x, y) coordinates
How to initiate events with different user input

Control of characters using Commands
Relative versus Absolute commands
Setting sizes
Give instructions to your Characters

Step-by-step Animation
Loops and parallelism techniques
Customize costumes, colours and pick music

Creation of in-game variables
Score, Timer

SCRATCH: ADVANCED (AGE 7-9)

FURTHER DEVELOP YOUR CHILD’S COMPUTATIONAL THINKING

In this course, students build on what they learned in the Scratch Beginner Class. Kids will learn more advanced programming concepts, build larger, more complex projects, and hone their critical problem solving skills. Concepts such as project planning will be introduced to allow students to experience creating projects from start to finish.

More advanced computational concepts will be taught, stretching and challenging students to think and apply what they have learned mathematically.  Ultimately this course will provide them with a comprehensive programming tool-set that is relevant for both schoolwork and personal hobbies.

The Scratch Advanced class is broke into two, 10 hour sections: Advanced 1 and Advanced 2.

My son was fully satisfied and enjoyed the coding class. Everyday after came back home, he immediately sat in front of the PC and did his fun homework. The creativity and interesting are factors to attract him. He will apply for the next class.Eria, Mother of Matsumae Yuto (10)

Who is this for?

Children 7-9 years old
(6 year old students okay with approval)

No prior knowledge required

Course Structure & Fees

Weekend Classes
(Saturday or Sunday)
2 hours x 5 days

After-School Classes
(1 day a week)
1.5 hours x 7 days

Holiday Cams
(Monday–Friday)
2 hours x 5 days

Class Info

Small Class Size: 6 students maximum

Laptop provided (one per child)


Outline

Review of Basics and Introduction to Advanced Techniques

Revise key blocks of Scratch

Introduction to Computational Logic

Applying Computational Logic in games and animations

More Computational Logic

Diving deep into Computational Logic

More applications in games and animations

Learn your Coordinates

Introduction to Coordinates

Drawing on Scratch using Mathematics

Applying Coordinates Mathematics to games and animations

Storyboard and Project Planning

Designing and developing a storyboard

Implementing the storyboard on Scratch

Project showcase

Work on your game/app/animation concept

Use the techniques you have learned over the past 4 days

Show and tell

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