In this introductory coding camp with a theme of music and sound, students age nine or above learn basic computer science principles and coding skills while programming computers with Scratch, a block-based visual programming language. This is a great camp for students introduced to coding at school (such as Hour of Code), but want to learn more. In each session of this camp, students are presented computer science principles and complete unplugged activities to learn about algorithms, conditionals, events, loops, randomness, sequencing, variables and more. Students receive video-based instruction to work at their own pace while creating eight different music and sound-themed projects:
- Introduction & Discovery
- Dance Party
- Musical Art
- Musical Talent Show
- DJ Mixer
- Music Video
- Movie Sound Effects
- Thank You
Students will also take part in digital citizenship discussions as well as physical activities and snacks between projects.
Your $95 registration includes use of computers and accessories, all materials, daily snacks, drinks and camp souvenirs.
- Youth ages 9 and above
- Experience with keyboard and mouse
- Completed online registration form
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CS First is a program of Google and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License
Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab and is available for free at scratch.mit.edu