Simple programming for kids

Course:
Creating Scratch games

7+

What is Scratch?
Scratch is a visual programming language designed specially for children and teenagers. The simplicity of this programming language allows it to be used for educational purposes.

Today, Scratch is used by schoolchildren all over the world.
Whom the course Scratch is suitable for?
Our course has 2 levels of difficulty
For beginners
Suitable for children who are not familiar with block programming yet.
It's recommended for kids 7-8 years old
For advanced students
At this stage, the child should be experienced in block programming. During the lessons, the child studies programming by creating games.
Suitable for children 8-12 years old.
10
30
lessons
lessons
Book a free trial lesson on Scratch
• Watch how lessons are held on Scratch
• On the first lesson your child will make his/her first game

What is needed
for a lesson
Big Interest in IT and the ability to read.
A computer, headphones with a microphone or a tablet.
How lessons are conducted on Scratch
- Individual lessons are held online via Skype or Zoom.
- The child broadcasts the screen to the teacher, so the teacher sees what the child is doing.
- Duration of one lesson is 55 minutes.
- Lessons are individual, so it is possible to conduct lessons at convenient time for the child.
What the child will learn
during Scratch lessons
Learn how to work with the Scratch visual code editor and get acquainted with the main components of the Scratch program
Learn the basics of programming in Scratch
Will be able to start implementing projects
While working on the creation of games, we will work on the following training tasks:
- creating functions
- control the movement of the object using coordinates
- interaction between objects using messages
- object cloning and clone management
- gravity simulation for character jumps
- character animation
- creating a game map from caches
- working with lists
- color management
- sound control
Schedule a free trial lesson
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Book a free trial lesson on Scratch
• Watch how lessons are held on Scratch
• On the first lesson your child will make his/her first game

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