It has been a long time dream of ANCIT Edutech to help kids develop their coding skills. Many kids and infact many adults develop an aversion for coding because they get scared away from the syntax. In our experience we understand coding will be refreshing experience if you learn coding the right way. MIT has developed SCRATCH which is a world renowned method to learn coding in a playful way. In this course kids will learn to build their own stories or interactive games using SCRATCH. They will understand how to use loops, variables, strings and other composites that a coder needs to understand.
Why should you join the course?
If you are a kid who wants to build your coding skill or if you are a parent who has a kid between 7-13 years old and you want your kid to learn coding in an enjoyable
way then this course is definitely for you. ANCIT has trained thousands of kids on SCRATCH. Kids will create and share projects with Scratch. They will learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for everyone in today’s society. Over the past decade, 35 million kids in over 150 countries around the world have used Scratch to create their own animations, games, and other interactive projects while learning the basics of coding.
When the course is scheduled?
Duration : 5 Hours
Next Batch commences from 25th, July 2020
For More Details, Please call 7402211294
Where the course is scheduled?
Platform: Webinar via Zoom. After Registration, you will get the unique link to get the session.
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We will issue a Certificate of Completion to the participants post successful completion. The kids can learn the course and once they complete a small project in SCRATCH the kids will be issued a Certificate of Merit from ANCIT EDUTECH.
The course was nice. I learnt a lot of things.I like the" text to speech"function. I Am very interested in scratch now. I have been exploring new functions after the camp. I am Interested in more coding lessons not just scratch. I am able to understand functions well.
- Ashwin Ram