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Scratch Programming | Gr. 2-5
Fee
$229.00
1/7/21 - 3/18/21
3:15 PM - 4:45 PM
Days: Th
Grades 2-5
Not Applicable

This course introduces students to block-based programming and provides a fun way for young students to start thinking like a programmer as they explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games using the Scratch programming environment. Students learn the concepts of motion, looks, sound, events, loops, conditionals, game mechanics, operators and variables as they develop computational thinking and understanding of sequencing, pattern recognition, abstraction and parallelism.

No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course.


This course introduces students to block-based programming and provides a fun way for young students to start thinking like a programmer as they explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games using the Scratch programming environment. Students learn the concepts of motion, looks, sound, events, loops, conditionals, game mechanics, operators and variables as they develop computational thinking and understanding of sequencing, pattern recognition, abstraction and parallelism.

No prior coding experience is required to participate in this course. A laptop or Chromebook with internet connectivity is required to participate in this course.