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Kids Online Game Design Summer Camps

Snap

Snap! Into Game Design (Grades 3 - 5)

Date(s):
20th-24th July, 2020
Register by
13th July, 2020   
Time:
2 pm to 4 pm
Price:
$500/student
Location:
Online
Limit:
Limit 5 Students

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Recommended for 3-5th graders.

Early elementary students (grades 3-5) use SNAP!-  a visual language to build their own blocks. Young game designers use drag-and-drop features using the keyboard to design characters, have them interact with each other, add sounds and much more! Learn the fundamentals of computer science through loops, randomness and control blocks. Students get 10 hrs of direct instruction followed by 10 hrs of homework to be completed at their own pace.

MakeCode

Make Games with MakeCode! (Grades 6 - 8)

Date(s):
20th-24th July, 2020
Register by
13th July, 2020   
Time:
2 pm to 4 pm
Price:
$500/student
Location:
Online
Limit:
Limit 5 Students

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Recommended for 6-8th graders.

Recommended for 6-8th Graders. Middle school students will learn how to use MakeCode! to create games while learning the fundamentals of computer science! Students get 10 hrs of direct instruction followed by 10 hrs of homework to be completed at their own pace.

Minecraft

 Mining Game Design Ideas from Minecraft  (Grades 9 - 12)

Date(s):
20th-24th July, 2020
Register by
13th July, 2020   

Time:
10 am to 12 pm

Regular Price:
$500/student
Location:
Online
Limit:
Limit 5 Students

Register / Terms and Conditions:

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High school students use Minecraft, one of the most popular videogames of all time, to learn the concepts of game design and apply them to build interactive worlds, engaging environments, and use them to tell a story. Students get 10 hrs of direct instruction followed by 10 hrs of homework to be completed at their own pace.


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