Online Coding Classes For Kids of Grades 1 and 2
There is an endless amount of DIY coding websites, but often students need help understanding where to begin or what to do when they are stuck. Also, there is a big void in programs in terms of offering and encouraging entrepreneurship skills. After all, we want our students to build software companies, not just work in one of them! Our coding program offers live, online, small group classes for students in grades 1 to 8 that cover a wide variety of coding and entrepreneurship skills. Check out our full curriculum to understand how we are building the next generation technology leaders.
Dodge the Ball is an interactive game in which the player controls the movements of the sprites with arrow keys. The ball is falling from top to bottom. In this project, students use various core coding concepts learned in the program such as variables, conditional statements, loops, events etc. It enhances their logical, analytical and imaginative skills while at the same time being engaging and fun.Download Curriculum
Collect the Nectar project is in the form of a puzzle where a bee has to trace a closed path having scattered flowers at various locations. While tracing the closed path, the bee has to get the nectar whenever it comes across any flower. Students use various coding concepts in the course like loops, conditional statements, sequential blocks, and put them all together to solve this puzzle. It enhances their logical, analytical and problem-solving skills.Download Curriculum
This real-life applicable project involved website development. Students have to create a birthday party invitation on a website they design to invite their friends and family to their birthday party. Students use various kinds of concepts of website designing like header, footer, colors, image, text buttons, shapes and more to create a nice and attractive one-page website to invite others to their party.Download Curriculum
Ping Pong is an interactive game in which students compete against the computer to see who can win. The students design and develop everything in this game from start to finish, including the sprites, losing and winning scenarios, and the game's major component, coding. They use a variety of concepts in the game, such as adding and removing sprites, events, and conditions, as well as creating their code blocks to be used in the game. This helps them develop their imagination as well as their logical and analytical skills while having fun.Download Curriculum
“Clay Shooting” is an interactive game in which the player aims crosshairs at flying clays to shatter them. The clays fly in random directions and the player has just few seconds to accurately shoot at it. The clay breaks into fragments when it is hit and the player’s score increases. In this project, students use various core coding concepts they learn throughout the course such as variables, conditional statements, loops and events. This game enhances student’s logical, analytical and imaginative skills while at the same time being quite interactive and engaging. They can also share this game with others to play and showcase their skills.Download Curriculum
In this module of Animation, we create a Halloween party invite animated video. This project covers lots of concepts of animation such as creating a storyboard and how to convert the storyboard into a scene, adding photos, adding music, creating scenes of a video, adding characters and their animation effects, text effects, etc. Students will be well versed in the process of creating short animated videos and their publications.Download Curriculum
Excel-based project shows us a comparative figure of the number of consumers different Chocolate brands are holding. This project will help kids to understand how to compare the same kind of multiple data using charts and how to get insight from it.Download Curriculum
Teachers and students both play an active role in the learning process. The teacher facilitates comprehension of the material while constantly and actively measuring student learning. Students are engaged and involved during the entire class session where the teacher gauges their understanding through questions and discussions, and then the student demonstrates their mastery through independent practice.
Our program is designed to meet individual student needs by maintaining small classes, no more than 4 to a class. While the bulk of each session focuses on a specific concept or skill, time is allotted to address individual skill gaps and lessons are provided as necessary. This is to ensure no skill goes unaddressed as your student advances to the next grade level.
Technology plays a massive role in our program, as we are 100% online. Through integrating traditional teaching methods by using devices, applications, and the internet, students are able to connect with committed teachers and peers from around the country to engage in material and learn.