Introduction to Programming for Homeschoolers – Spring 2018

Let’s learn to code! This class meets at Mondays, 11am-12pm, April 9-May 21 (6 sessions, no class May 7). Kids will learn basic programming concepts such as:

  • Algorithms
  • Sequences
  • Repetition (Loops)
  • Events
  • Conditional Logic
  • Debugging

We will use both online and offline methods to teach the concepts. Our computer-based activities are based on Scratch, which you can use at home, for free.

This course is geared towards children in grades 3-6, who are very comfortable reading and using a computer. Strong readers in grades 1-2 can sometimes do this class, but might need a parent’s help. Typing/writing skills are very helpful, but not required, because Scratch is mostly drag-and-drop.

Introduction to Programming for Homeschoolers – Spring 2018

Let’s learn to code! This class meets at Mondays, 11am-12pm, April 9-May 21 (6 sessions, no class May 7). Kids will learn basic programming concepts such as:

  • Algorithms
  • Sequences
  • Repetition (Loops)
  • Events
  • Conditional Logic
  • Debugging

We will use both online and offline methods to teach the concepts. Our computer-based activities are based on Scratch, which you can use at home, for free.

This course is geared towards children in grades 3-6, who are very comfortable reading and using a computer. Strong readers in grades 1-2 can sometimes do this class, but might need a parent’s help. Typing/writing skills are very helpful, but not required, because Scratch is mostly drag-and-drop.

Introduction to Programming for Homeschoolers – Spring 2018

Let’s learn to code! This class meets at Mondays, 11am-12pm, April 9-May 21 (6 sessions, no class May 7). Kids will learn basic programming concepts such as:

  • Algorithms
  • Sequences
  • Repetition (Loops)
  • Events
  • Conditional Logic
  • Debugging

We will use both online and offline methods to teach the concepts. Our computer-based activities are based on Scratch, which you can use at home, for free.

This course is geared towards children in grades 3-6, who are very comfortable reading and using a computer. Strong readers in grades 1-2 can sometimes do this class, but might need a parent’s help. Typing/writing skills are very helpful, but not required, because Scratch is mostly drag-and-drop.

Introduction to Programming for Homeschoolers – Spring 2018

Let’s learn to code! This class meets at Mondays, 11am-12pm, April 9-May 21 (6 sessions, no class May 7). Kids will learn basic programming concepts such as:

  • Algorithms
  • Sequences
  • Repetition (Loops)
  • Events
  • Conditional Logic
  • Debugging

We will use both online and offline methods to teach the concepts. Our computer-based activities are based on Scratch, which you can use at home, for free.

This course is geared towards children in grades 3-6, who are very comfortable reading and using a computer. Strong readers in grades 1-2 can sometimes do this class, but might need a parent’s help. Typing/writing skills are very helpful, but not required, because Scratch is mostly drag-and-drop.

Introduction to Programming for Homeschoolers – Spring 2018

Let’s learn to code! This class meets at Mondays, 11am-12pm, April 9-May 21 (6 sessions, no class May 7). Kids will learn basic programming concepts such as:

  • Algorithms
  • Sequences
  • Repetition (Loops)
  • Events
  • Conditional Logic
  • Debugging

We will use both online and offline methods to teach the concepts. Our computer-based activities are based on Scratch, which you can use at home, for free.

This course is geared towards children in grades 3-6, who are very comfortable reading and using a computer. Strong readers in grades 1-2 can sometimes do this class, but might need a parent’s help. Typing/writing skills are very helpful, but not required, because Scratch is mostly drag-and-drop.