STEAM – Code Your Own Adventure

Book Talk’s STEAM program takes advantage of a child’s natural curiosity and investigative nature and inspires their minds to explore the world around them. Watch as the characters in your imagination come to life in this unique course that blends classic storytelling with animation techniques and coding. Start with a concept, design the characters, and choose not just one end, but many! Learn how to create your own text-based adventure games with variables, conditional logic, and other important computer concepts

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Age Groups

4 – 12 Years old

Duration

55 Min + 5 Min update

Class Size

3 – 7

Levels

3

WHAT YOUR CHILD WILL LEARN IN THIS SUMMER CLASS

  • Build confidence to read the words in their assigned story book

  • Improve ability to read (sounding out) words that they haven’t seen before

  • Be able to spell words they might not know before

  • Developing active, thoughtful, purposeful readers

  • Improve pronunciation

  • Grow sight-word vocabulary word bank

LEVEL SPECIFIC HIGHLIGHTS

Book Talk specially written series of stories on coding, which helps children to understand the logic and the ideas of computer language of 0 and 1.

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By using hands-on, interactive, inquiry based approach to teaching, this class inspires children to discover the wonders of App programming. Our goal is to make learning exciting and “Cleverly Disguised as Fun!” Children work in collaborative groups. They develop superb skills and bring that enthusiasm and knowledge home with them so the learning continues. Your child will make their own apps and be able to show them to their parents and friends.

Want your child to speak the language of robots? Now they can! In this class, children will learn the basics of machine-speak and how to create commands that a robot can understand.

Your child will engage in creative problem-solving to complete tasks using their robot-friend. In the end, your child will be asked to make their own challenging puzzles to solve, stimulating their logic and creativity through play.

CLASS SCHEDULE

  • Once a week
  • Twice a week

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