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TimeWednesdayThursday
4:00pm - 5:30pm

Kiddie Tech - Lego Robotics

Our lego robotics class provides our beginner students with a great transition from traditional play with lego bricks. Each week students learn to build, animate and program their lego robots. The curriculum themes are: 1. Amazing Mechanisms (Physical Science Focus); 2. Wild Animals (Technology Focus); 3. Play Soccer (Mathematics Focus); 4. Adventure Stories (Language Focus).

Kiddie Tech - Tech Explorers

Our technology explorers program introduces students to a new technology every two weeks. Students will work on 5 different projects based on the following curriculum themes: 1. Lego Robotics (Engineering); 2. Little Bits (Electronic Circuits); 3. Stop Motion Animation (Digital Design); 4. Game Design; 5. Coding for Kids

Kiddie Tech - Lego Robotics

Our technology explorers program introduces students to a new technology every two weeks. Students will work on 5 different projects based on the following curriculum themes: 1. Lego Robotics (Engineering); 2. Little Bits (Electronic Circuits); 3. Stop Motion Animation (Digital Design); 4. Game Design; 5. Coding for Kids
TimeSaturday
10:30am - 12:00pm

Technology Explorers

Our technology explorers program introduces students to a new technology every two weeks. Students will work on 5 different projects based on the following curriculum themes: 1. Lego Robotics (Engineering); 2. Little Bits (Electronic Circuits); 3. Stop Motion Animation (Digital Design); 4. Game Design; 5. Coding for Kids

Game Design

This is part one of a year long course in Game Design. Students will learn how to use various game design tools to construct their own games. We engage students with age appropriate tools to help them understand the various elements of a game. We transition students from playing games to making their own games. While learning to make games students learn to apply mathematics concepts such as coordinate geometry, randomization, and time to their designs. In order to teach kids how to make game, coding is required. We teach kids how to code using several visual programming tools. As students progress through our courses and curriculum we begin to introduce them to more traditional computer programing/coding tools and languages. Our goal for all students is to help them unleash their creativity by helping them to think about a game idea and guiding them through the entire design process to bring their game to life.
TimeWednesday
4:00pm - 5:30pm

Kiddie Tech - Lego Robotics

Our technology explorers program introduces students to a new technology every two weeks. Students will work on 5 different projects based on the following curriculum themes: 1. Lego Robotics (Engineering); 2. Little Bits (Electronic Circuits); 3. Stop Motion Animation (Digital Design); 4. Game Design; 5. Coding for Kids
TimeWednesdayThursday
4:00pm - 5:30pm

Minecraft

This is part one of a year long course. Part one is 10 weeks in the Fall semester, and part two is 10 weeks in the Spring semester. Each week students are presented with a new computer science and mathematics skill and challenge. Some homework may be required. The curriculum is intended to combine fundamental concepts in computer science and mathematics, while engaging students in using these skills to create Minecraft modifications (MODS). This course is intended for middle & high school students.
6:00pm - 7:30pm

Animation

In this class your child will learn different types of animation including computer, stop motion, pixelation and line drawn. Students will create their own mini projects with each different type of animation style learned. They will also learn about the story writing process in order to write their own plot that will be animated in a style of their choice. In addition, they will learn about character development and create their own moveable character of their choice.
TimeWednesdayThursdaySaturday
10:30pm - 12:00pm

Minecraft adventure

This is part one of a year long course. Part one is 10 weeks in the Fall semester, and part two is 10 weeks in the Spring semester. Each week students are presented with a new computer science and mathematics skill and challenge. Some homework may be required. The curriculum is intended to combine fundamental concepts in computer science and mathematics, while engaging students in using these skills to create Minecraft modifications (MODS). This course is intended for middle & high school students.
12:00pm - 1:30pm

1. Minecraft Command Blocks

This is part one of a year long course. Part one is 10 weeks in the Fall semester, and part two is 10 weeks in the Spring semester. Each week students are presented with a new computer science and mathematics skill and challenge. Some homework may be required. The curriculum is intended to combine fundamental concepts in computer science and mathematics, while engaging students in using these skills to create Minecraft modifications (MODS). This course is intended for middle & high school students.

2. Animation

In this class your child will learn different types of animation including computer, stop motion, pixelation and line drawn. Students will create their own mini projects with each different type of animation style learned. They will also learn about the story writing process in order to write their own plot that will be animated in a style of their choice. In addition, they will learn about character development and create their own moveable character of their choice.
1:30pm - 3:00pm

Game Design

This is part one of a year long course in Game Design. Students will learn how to use various game design tools to construct their own games. We engage students with age appropriate tools to help them understand the various elements of a game. We transition students from playing games to making their own games. While learning to make games students learn to apply mathematics concepts such as coordinate geometry, randomization, and time to their designs. In order to teach kids how to make game, coding is required. We teach kids how to code using several visual programming tools. As students progress through our courses and curriculum we begin to introduce them to more traditional computer programing/coding tools and languages. Our goal for all students is to help them unleash their creativity by helping them to think about a game idea and guiding them through the entire design process to bring their game to life.
6:00pm - 7:30pm

Game Design

Game Design

This is part one of a year long course in Game Design. Students will learn how to use various game design tools to construct their own games. We engage students with age appropriate tools to help them understand the various elements of a game. We transition students from playing games to making their own games. While learning to make games students learn to apply mathematics concepts such as coordinate geometry, randomization, and time to their designs. In order to teach kids how to make game, coding is required. We teach kids how to code using several visual programming tools. As students progress through our courses and curriculum we begin to introduce them to more traditional computer programing/coding tools and languages. Our goal for all students is to help them unleash their creativity by helping them to think about a game idea and guiding them through the entire design process to bring their game to life.

Lego Robotics

Lego Robotics

Our lego robotics class provides our beginner students with a great transition from traditional play with lego bricks. Each week students learn to build, animate and program their lego robots. The curriculum themes are: 1. Amazing Mechanisms (Physical Science Focus); 2. Wild Animals (Technology Focus); 3. Play Soccer (Mathematics Focus); 4. Adventure Stories (Language Focus).
TimeSaturday
1:30pm - 3:00pm

Coding with Python

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Coding with Python

This is part one of a year long course. Part one is 10 weeks in the Fall semester, and part two is 10 weeks in the Spring semester. Each week students are presented with a new computer science and mathematics skill and challenge. Some homework may be required. The curriculum is intended to combine fundamental concepts in computer science and mathematics, while engaging students in using these skills to create Minecraft modifications (MODS). This course is intended for middle & high school students.