Here is an animation about Mars Rover did by my 7-year-old son. The project took a couple of weeks to complete, from coming up with an idea, planning the elements to include in the video and then
writing assembling the code. This project is a good example of integration STEM and Arts.
Here is an example of an animation with elements like “Supermoon”, “Wolf “, and “Howling Sound” done by my 6-year-old son. The project took a couple of hours to complete, from coming up with an idea, planning the elements to include in the video and then
writing assembling the code.
(P.S. Turn down the volume as the howling might get too loud 🙂 )
Example #2 – Space Tour of our Solar System, My 6-yr-Old son’s second project. His movie won the Prize of Excellence at the PTA Reflections(2015-2016) in the first grade.
Kids will learn to code with fun hands-on projects.
Animation showing skateboard kickflip by one of our middle school student
Simple Game created for the class project by a student of kindergarten.
Crab-cupcakes game is simple. Use arrow keys to move the crab right, left, up or down.
Gain points by eating cupcakes and watermelon pieces. Avoid donuts or its game over.
Click the green flag to start
They will learn to program their own characters, animations, sounds and special effects using kid-friendly Scratch™
technology developed by MIT. Children will come up with their own video or game idea, code it, and even publish it to
the web for all of their friends to play.