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Register!   Coding   Making   Robotics   Young Campers

While the camp day starts with coding explorations, some campers will want to continue their focus on coding and computational thinking activities. For more experienced campers text coding with Python, JavaScript, and other options are available. Block-based coding with Scratch, SNAP, Blockley are supported for others. Beyond this are tools that bridge the block-based / text-based code boundary and are ideal to support for learners in increasing their coding skills.

This offering is appropriate for students age 10 and up. Some prior experience with coding is recommended but not required above age 11; experience with a block-based system such as Scratch is fine. Older, more advanced students will be encouraged to tackle more challenging projects requiring mastery of more advanced coding skills, interfacing to GPIO pins, learning Unix, or even assembling a portable Raspberry Pi computer to take home (parts costs not included).