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Computer Programming For Kids

Date: 18-Jan-2016

Capacity: Not Set Available


Free school holiday program. Kids will be introduced to programming through the popular educational coding tool, Scratch.
Developed by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Scratch is an entertaining way to teach children aged 8 to 16 to write computer programs, and it’s now used in over 150 countries. While exploring basic programming tools and algorithms, our students will create their own games, stories and animations.
This is very exciting for the kids, but as the founders of Scratch say, it also teaches them “to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively – essential skills for life in the 21st century.”
Laptops will be provided or you can bring your own.
Monday 18 January 2016 
11am-12.30pm
For children in Y 1 - Y 3
1pm-2.30pm
For children in Y4 - Y 6
Liverpool City Library
Limited places, 20 children per session only. 
Booking will commence 21 December 2015


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