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Never thought your little ones could code? In this course for beginners, preschoolers programme a robot to boogie, build their own game or animation, and learn about the importance of teamwork and collaboration through code! Get creative with code and discover the wonders of tech – inventing the future starts right here.
The Short & Sweet
- No experience necessary – this course is perfect for beginners with no experience with code, computers, or iPads
- A fun, synergistic mix of tangible programming & on-screen programming
- Demystify tech and spark curiosity about how the world works through digital literacy
Say hi to BeeBot – learn about code through tangible programming.
Check out BeeBot in action!
Meet BeeBot, an award-winning little robot that introduces young kids to programming concepts, directional skills, math and more. Kids build on their critical thinking and literacy, meshing their creativity and technical understanding by programming BeeBot to…
Dance and draw cool geometrical shapes!
Complete an exciting quest that they’ve imagined and designed with their friends – learning the importance of teamwork, communication and collaboration along the way.
Get creative coding up your own projects on screen with Scratch Jr.
Next, kids translate the tangible programming concepts they’ve learned onscreen with Scratch Jr. Tinkering with the introductory programming language specially designed for young children, kids learn to code on an iPad, snappin’ programming blocks together to create projects like…
Animated e-cards to express their wishes to their nearest and dearest…
Original, interactive, animated games they can play with their friends!
Kids are like sponges – the younger they are, the more they absorb.
In this play-based course merging tangible and on-screen programming, kids get a fun-packed introduction to computational thinking via exposure to both hardware and software.
By being exposed to the workings to technology early, kids don’t just develop a new medium for creativity and problem-solving skills, but get an early peek under the hood of how digital experiences are designed and engineered.
No lectures. No memorisation. No ONE right answer. Like real life, we're all about trying things out yourself, failing, figuring what went wrong & trying again. These are the skills & mindset that will last a lifetime and how we learn in real life. Let's get kids to learn how to learn. Because the kids who learn to learn become curious, inventive, resourceful human beings who solve real world problems to make a meaningful impact.