Summer Holiday STEM Coding Camps

【Summer Holiday STEM Coding Camps】

Summer vacation is approaching, seize the opportunity to let your children start a programming journey. We provide a series of face to face courses for children of all ages, come and experience the fun of programming! We guarantee a 1:4 teacher-student ratio for all classes.

The timetable is at the bottom of this page.

ScratchJr
(K1(Aged 4.5+)-K2)

Kids Coding Elementary

ScratchJr allows young children to learn the concept and basic sequence of coding. Just like playing jigsaw puzzle, complicated programming scripts are simplified to coding blocks. Coding is done by dragging the blocks together correctly in sequence; the characters can then follow the commands of the codes to make up an animated story.

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Neuron
(K3)

Coding with Electronic Blocks

With Neuron, our children will be able to take a big leap forward in their journey to code, and learn the logic of the computational language. Neuron classes make use of electronic blocks to teach the importance of logical sequencing in programming. While playing with the blocks, and learning the different uses and functions of them, our young creators shall explore the unlimited ways of applications.

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Jimu
(P1)

Robotics Course

Students will learn to be an “engineer” in Jimu Robotics course. By having a keen observation towards objects of daily life, including animals and machines, students pay close attention to the characteristics, shape and operation principles of each object. With a general understanding, students will start assembling various small components to rebuild particular objects using different building blocks.

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Scratch
(P2-P4)

Create Animations and Games

Scratch is a very important foundation for one’s journey in learning to code. In the Scratch programming application, Students have to drag the code-blocks, arrange them in correct sequences, and handle different conditions and loops, in order to produce a complete program. The capacity for innovation is close to unlimited with Scratch, which can be used to create all sorts of different programs, games or animations. Therefore we encourage our students to embrace their creativity and imagination, and come up with a unique project of their own.

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Minecraft Modding
(P5-S1)

Create Game World with Coding

Minecraft is fundamentally a pool of computer games. Definitely we are not going to spend the time just playing with the games, but to learn the coding knowledge behind those games in the Minecraft platform, and then to create more games ourselves. Students can realize all their creative ideas by coding with Minecraft, including modifying the existing characters or items in a gameplay, and adding more of those which are designed by them.
Note: Students must have programming experience in Scratch or other relevant tools.

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Roblox
(P5-S1)

Develop Roblox Games

Roblox delivers students innovative learning experience, exposure to coding and understanding of real world gaming system and programming language. The whole Roblox course takes students through all the functions of the gaming system, understanding the programming language Lua, and encouraging them to design every single detail of the game with what they have learned throughout the whole course. At each stage, students will individually complete a unique game, conversing their knowledge into a practical game. Students need to subscribe to Code Kingdoms Roblox programming license, please contact us for details.
Note: Students must have programming experience in Scratch or other relevant tools.

AppInventor
(P6+)

Develop Mobile Apps

AppInventor involves both the backstage and front-stage creation and design, so students not only have to take care of the commands and sequences for the apps to function as expected, they also have to make sure the user-interface are friendly to be used. Furthermore, we also encourage Robocoders to make use of the features of their smart-phones and be inspired by what they encounter in everyday lives. After all, coding and technologies are for solving “problems” and make our lives better.

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Python
(S1+)

Code with Text-based Programming Language

Python is the most popular programming language in recent years. Many large organizations use Python to develop apps and therefore, learning Python is the best way to connect with real-world application. In this course, students will start by learning the basic syntax and simple applications, then they will try developing games in Python. And finally, RoboCoders can achieve an even advanced application by building a data analysis system which can be used to link knowledge to real life using different tools in the library through having Python as the platform.

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Kowloon Bay Centre:
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Shatin Centre:
Kings Wing Plaza 2, Shek Mun

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    ScratchJr
    ScratchJr: Jun22 to Jun24 10:00-12:00nnScratchJr: Jun22 to Jun24 1:00-3:00pmScratchJr: Jun22 to Jun24 3:30-5:30pmScratchJr: Jul6 to Jul8 10:00-12:00nnScratchJr: Jul6 to Jul8 1:00-3:00pmScratchJr: Jul6 to Jul8 3:30-5:30pmScratchJr: Jul20 to Jul22 10:00-12:00nnScratchJr: Jul20 to Jul22 1:00-3:00pmScratchJr: Jul20 to Jul22 3:30-5:30pmScratchJr: Aug3 to Aug5 10:00-12:00nnScratchJr: Aug3 to Aug5 1:00-3:00pmScratchJr: Aug3 to Aug5 3:30-5:30pmScratchJr: Aug17 to Aug19 10:00-12:00nnScratchJr: Aug17 to Aug19 1:00-3:00pmScratchJr: Aug17 to Aug19 3:30-5:30pmScratchJr: Aug24 to Aug26 10:00-12:00nnScratchJr: Aug24 to Aug26 1:00-3:00pmScratchJr: Aug24 to Aug26 3:30-5:30pm

    Neuron
    Neuron: Jun22 to Jun24 10:00-12:00nnNeuron: Jun22 to Jun24 1:00-3:00pmNeuron: Jun22 to Jun24 3:30-5:30pmNeuron: Jul6 to Jul8 10:00-12:00nnNeuron: Jul6 to Jul8 1:00-3:00pmNeuron: Jul6 to Jul8 3:30-5:30pmNeuron: Jul20 to Jul22 10:00-12:00nnNeuron: Jul20 to Jul22 1:00-3:00pmNeuron: Jul20 to Jul22 3:30-5:30pmNeuron: Aug3 to Aug5 10:00-12:00nnNeuron: Aug3 to Aug5 1:00-3:00pmNeuron: Aug3 to Aug5 3:30-5:30pmNeuron: Aug17 to Aug19 10:00-12:00nnNeuron: Aug17 to Aug19 1:00-3:00pmNeuron: Aug17 to Aug19 3:30-5:30pmNeuron: Aug24 to Aug26 10:00-12:00nnNeuron: Aug24 to Aug26 1:00-3:00pmNeuron: Aug24 to Aug26 3:30-5:30pm

    Jimu
    Jimu: Jun22 to Jun24 10:00-12:00nnJimu: Jun22 to Jun24 1:00-3:00pmJimu: Jun22 to Jun24 3:30-5:30pmJimu: Jul6 to Jul8 10:00-12:00nnJimu: Jul6 to Jul8 1:00-3:00pmJimu: Jul6 to Jul8 3:30-5:30pmJimu: Jul20 to Jul22 10:00-12:00nnJimu: Jul20 to Jul22 1:00-3:00pmJimu: Jul20 to Jul22 3:30-5:30pmJimu: Aug3 to Aug5 10:00-12:00nnJimu: Aug3 to Aug5 1:00-3:00pmJimu: Aug3 to Aug5 3:30-5:30pmJimu: Aug17 to Aug19 10:00-12:00nnJimu: Aug17 to Aug19 1:00-3:00pmJimu: Aug17 to Aug19 3:30-5:30pmJimu: Aug24 to Aug26 10:00-12:00nnJimu: Aug24 to Aug26 1:00-3:00pmJimu: Aug24 to Aug26 3:30-5:30pm

    Scratch
    Scratch: Jun22 to Jun24 9:00-12:00nnScratch: Jun22 to Jun24 12:30-3:30pmScratch: Jun22 to Jun24 3:45-6:45pmScratch: Jul6 to Jul8 9:00-12:00nnScratch: Jul6 to Jul8 12:30-3:30pmScratch: Jul6 to Jul8 3:45-6:45pmScratch: Jul20 to Jul22 9:00-12:00nnScratch: Jul20 to Jul22 12:30-3:30pmScratch: Jul20 to Jul22 3:45-6:45pmScratch: Aug3 to Aug5 9:00-12:00nnScratch: Aug3 to Aug5 12:30-3:30pmScratch: Aug3 to Aug5 3:45-6:45pmScratch: Aug17 to Aug19 9:00-12:00nnScratch: Aug17 to Aug19 12:30-3:30pmScratch: Aug17 to Aug19 3:45-6:45pmScratch: Aug24 to Aug26 9:00-12:00nnScratch: Aug24 to Aug26 12:30-3:30pmScratch: Aug24 to Aug26 3:45-6:45pm

    Minecraft
    Minecraft: Jun22 to Jun24 9:00-12:00nnMinecraft: Jun22 to Jun24 12:30-3:30pmMinecraft: Jun22 to Jun24 3:45-6:45pmMinecraft: Jul6 to Jul8 9:00-12:00nnMinecraft: Jul6 to Jul8 12:30-3:30pmMinecraft: Jul6 to Jul8 3:45-6:45pmMinecraft: Jul20 to Jul22 9:00-12:00nnMinecraft: Jul20 to Jul22 12:30-3:30pmMinecraft: Jul20 to Jul22 3:45-6:45pmMinecraft: Aug3 to Aug5 9:00-12:00nnMinecraft: Aug3 to Aug5 12:30-3:30pmMinecraft: Aug3 to Aug5 3:45-6:45pmMinecraft: Aug17 to Aug19 9:00-12:00nnMinecraft: Aug17 to Aug19 12:30-3:30pmMinecraft: Aug17 to Aug19 3:45-6:45pmMinecraft: Aug24 to Aug26 9:00-12:00nnMinecraft: Aug24 to Aug26 12:30-3:30pmMinecraft: Aug24 to Aug26 3:45-6:45pm

    Roblox
    Roblox: Jun20,23,24 9:00-12:00nnRoblox: Jun20,23,24 12:30-3:30pmRoblox: Jul4,7,8 9:00-12:00nnRoblox: Jul4,7,8 12:30-3:30pmRoblox: Jul18,21,22 9:00-12:00nnRoblox: Jul18,21,22 12:30-3:30pmRoblox: Aug1,4,5 9:00-12:00nnRoblox: Aug1,4,5 12:30-3:30pmRoblox: Aug15,18,19 9:00-12:00nnRoblox: Aug15,18,19 12:30-3:30pmRoblox: Aug22,25,26 9:00-12:00nnRoblox: Aug22,25,26 12:30-3:30pm

    AppInventor
    AppInventor: Jun22 to Jun24 9:00-12:00nnAppInventor: Jun22 to Jun24 12:30-3:30pmAppInventor: Jun22 to Jun24 3:45-6:45pmAppInventor: Jul6 to Jul8 9:00-12:00nnAppInventor: Jul6 to Jul8 12:30-3:30pmAppInventor: Jul6 to Jul8 3:45-6:45pmAppInventor: Jul20 to Jul22 9:00-12:00nnAppInventor: Jul20 to Jul22 12:30-3:30pmAppInventor: Jul20 to Jul22 3:45-6:45pmAppInventor: Aug3 to Aug5 9:00-12:00nnAppInventor: Aug3 to Aug5 12:30-3:30pmAppInventor: Aug3 to Aug5 3:45-6:45pmAppInventor: Aug17 to Aug19 9:00-12:00nnAppInventor: Aug17 to Aug19 12:30-3:30pmAppInventor: Aug17 to Aug19 3:45-6:45pmAppInventor: Aug24 to Aug26 9:00-12:00nnAppInventor: Aug24 to Aug26 12:30-3:30pmAppInventor: Aug24 to Aug26 3:45-6:45pm

    Python
    Python: Jun20,23,24 9:00-12:00nnPython: Jun20,23,24 12:30-3:30pmPython: Jul4,7,8 9:00-12:00nnPython: Jul4,7,8 12:30-3:30pmPython: Jul18,21,22 9:00-12:00nnPython: Jul18,21,22 12:30-3:30pmPython: Aug1,4,5 9:00-12:00nnPython: Aug1,4,5 12:30-3:30pmPython: Aug15,18,19 9:00-12:00nnPython: Aug15,18,19 12:30-3:30pmPython: Aug22,25,26 9:00-12:00nnPython: Aug22,25,26 12:30-3:30pm

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