In this class, students will learn how to use Scratch to code their own games and animations. Scratch is a powerful drag-and-drop programming platform for young students.
Students will learn storytelling through game creation. They will also learn coding and math concepts, such as events, loops, variables, and the coordinate system. No prior coding experience needed.
The intermediate Scratch Coding course teaches students how to create complex, but much more fun, games using the Scratch platform. Students will learn how to apply math concepts they learn in schools to add more features to their games.
This course is recommended only for students who already have the basic Scratch skills as described in Code Galaxy’s first Scratch course.
In this beginner Minecraft Modding course, students learn the basics of the minecraft game customization and use a simple drag-and-drop coding environment to code Minecraft items they can actually use in their games.
Kids really enjoy minecraft, so this course uses it as a vehicle to make computer programming fun for the kids while they learn problem solving, imagination, creativity, and coding skills at a young age.