Register Now: Coding Classes for Kids Ages 5-14

Our coding classes for kids are designed to get ’em excited about pursuing big questions, solving problems, and seizing the opportunities of the VUCA (volatile, uncertain, chaotic and ambiguous) future.

From beginners to experienced kid coders, there’s something for everyone in the world of creative code.
Check out our full schedule here.

Dates: October 2021
Format: Weekly coding classes & One-off workshops
All classes & workshops are held Online via Zoom

What if kids could learn, have a blast, and create something awesome and impactful – all at the same time?

[Ages 5-6] Curious Creatures, Chapter 2: Bunny Tales at Home

Weekly Class

For preschoolers new to the world of code, learn basic computational thinking to tell your favourite stories creatively through Scratch Jr!

[Ages 7-10] Coding the Impossible 0-B

Weekly Class

For kids ages 7-10, this beginner course introduces the basics of block-based programming with Scratch. Pick up new coding tools as you learn to navigate the platform and use them to build your own computer game!

[Ages 7-10] Art: Animated Card & Paintbox

One Off Workshop

Step into the world of Scratch as you combing coding blocks to create an animated card & a paintbox project. Simply a great starting point for all new coders!

[Ages 7-10] Scratch: Fishing with Krabby

One Off Workshop

Learn the basics of game design with Scratch and use your coding superpowers to help Krabby catch some fish for his lunch!

[Ages 7-14] Build & Code with Minecraft Education: Animal Sanctuary

Weekly Class

Learn to code & design in Minecraft. Next, get in on the fun with your friends in an interactive competition to build an animal sanctuary!

[Ages 11-14] Back to Basics: From Zeroes to Python Heroes Part B

Weekly Class

This beginner course introduces kids to the basics of Python programming, the language Google and Instagram were built on. Get creative by writing fun programs and designing an original masterpiece!

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“When you become fluent with language, it means you can write an entry in your journal or tell a joke to someone or write a letter to a friend. And it’s similar with new technologies.”

Mitchel Resnick

One of the inventors of Scratch