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Saturday Kids

May 22 - May 26

Summer Coding Manila For Kids

At Saturday Kids, students don’t just learn to code. They code to learn. We can’t teach kids everything. What we can do is bring out the curiosity in kids, encourage them to look at problems and think ‘I can figure this out myself’.  Saturday kids learn how to learn. Our digital literacy camps transform kids into self-motivated learners who are curious, inventive and resourceful. Since 2012, we’ve taught over 3,000 students how to learn through classes in programming, electronics, digital art and design thinking in Singapore, Vietnam, Taiwan and beyond.
Saturday Kids is now coming to Manila! As our initial offering here in Manila, we will be conducting 3 summer camps:

Scratch for Beginners/Code, Craft and Hack/Micro-bit with Block Editor
May 22-26
For 7-13 year olds
+63 917 575 8335 or  +63 998 568 1877
manila@saturdaykids.com
www.saturdaykids.com
www.facebook.com/saturdaykidshavemorefun
Camp location: Square One BGC, 1F Bonifacio Technology Center
31st Street corner 2nd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City
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START WITH SCRATCH: BLOCK BASED PROGRAMMING – LEVEL 1

Learn how to code a game or animation in Scratch. Then, master the skills to improve your creation and make it super cool! Scratch is a visual programming language built by MIT for kids. With Scratch kids have fun while learning to think creatively, reason systematically and work collaboratively.
 
For kids ages 7-13
  • Intro to programming
  • No experience necessary
  • Visual Coding Interface: Perfect for beginners
  • Code your own game/animation
Schedule
  • Mon 22 May, 1pm – 3:40pm
  • Tue 23 May, 1pm – 3:40pm
  • Thu 25 May, 1pm – 3:40pm
Price – Php 8,000

 CODE & INVENT WITH MICRO:BIT BLOCK EDITOR

Learn to code with code blocks & invent actual gadgets with your own micro-computer
How does a traffic light know when to turn green? By the end, kids are not only introduced to important programming concepts in a gentle visual programming interface, they will understand how everyday objects are a mix of both hardware & software & go on to create their very own inventions. The possibilities are ENDLESS!
 
For kids ages 7-13
  • Coding + Hands-On
  • No experience necessary
  • Visual Coding Interface: Perfect for beginners
  • Continue the Learning: Take home your micro:bit
Schedule
  • Tues 23 May, 9am – 11:40am
  • Wed 24 May, 1pm – 3:40pm
  • Thu 25 May, 9am – 11:40am
Price – Php 9,000

CODE, CRAFT, HACK

A fun hands-on approach to introduce your child to the exciting world of tech.
Craft, Code and Hack in our 3 popular tech workshops combining coding, crafts and electronics.
 
For kids aged 7 to 13
• 3 exciting workshops
• Coding + Hands-On
• No experience necessary
• Continue the Learning: Take home your projects
 
Schedule
  • Mon 22 May, 9am – 11:00am – Hack your own Alarm Clock using Micro:Bit!
  • Wed 24 May, 9am – 11:00am – Craft a Kindness Card to light up Someone’s day!
  • Fri 26 May, 9am – 11:00am – Code your Own Art with Pencil Code!
Price – Php 6,000

Saturday Kids

Saturday Kids is a Singapore based coding school, offering digital literacy programs to kids.  Through our digital literacy classes, we aim to transform kids into self-motivated learners who are curious, inventive and resourceful.  At Saturday Kids, children don’t just learn to code. They code to learn. Since 2012, Saturday Kids has taught over 3,000 students how to learn through classes in programming, electronics, digital art and design thinking. Saturday Kids is launching its first-ever workshops here in the Philippines from May 22-26, 2017.

Saturday Kids feature by CNB
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000548753

Details

Start:
May 22
End:
May 26
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Website:
https://paperform.co/form/saturdaykids-manila-may2017

Venue

Square One
Square One BGC, 1F Bonifacio Technology Center 31st Street corner 2nd Avenue,
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig,
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Organizer

Saturday Kids
Phone:
+63 917 575 8335
Email:
manila@saturdaykids.com
Website:
www.saturdaykids.com

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