Beginner Scratch: Coding Arcade Games w/ Pete and Trevor (Grades 2+)
In this workshop, students will begin to explore the many ways they can create with Scratch! Scratch is a visual coding language developed at MIT that’s designed to help kids learn to code through creativity and fun. We’ll learn fundamental coding concepts like sequencing, variables, conditionals, and much more while having fun and creating a series of engaging arcade games.
NOTE: This workshop is for beginners. Students who have experience with Scratch will prefer our Intermediate Scratch workshop on Fridays.
To participate in class, students will need to make a free account on the coding website Scratch (scratch.mit.edu). We strongly encourage students to set up an account before the first day of class.
This class is designed for students in grades 2 and up.
PLEASE NOTE! If your child is enrolled in 20-21 After School, virtual workshops are free!
When checking out, select “Yes” for the question “Does your child currently attend After School?” to receive the discounted price.
Due to restrictions of our registration system, a $1 fee must be collected when signing up. The $1 will be refunded. We apologize for any inconvenience!