Programming for Kids and Beginners: Learn to Code in Scratch

Create smart fun games, animations and cool visual effects in this program. Learn to code, understand computer science concepts by applying them in games.

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8 Modules

Modules are the foundation of Wizkids courses. These challenges are designed to help kids achieve mastery by trying.


Project Guide

Our project guides are passionate professionals who also happen to be awesome at inspiring kids.


Versha Khar, software engineer and enjoys Scratch based programming.

Speciality

No troll and safe environment.


In this course, we'll learn to code, starting from the basic blocks. That's right! Scratch, the programming language we use (developed by MIT), is so fun that it makes programming seem like a game. We'll learn by doing. The course is designed so that you create the games and applications easily. But what makes this course truly unique is the teaching method used; we hide the complexity behind characters, animations, analogies and fun! That's because, in these carefully designed lessons, we train our intuition to make sense of what we want to achieve and how to get there. This will help you quickly master the basics. After this course, you'll learn text-based programming languages at a blazing speed and quickly make sense of any piece of code. The content is designed to be fun! We learn to create animations and cool effects and we create clones of some of the most popular games: Rainbow Art, Dancing sprite, Guess the number game, Animation and more! The games are handpicked to optimize learning computer science topics while having fun along the way. I will also update the course on a regular basis with new content - and challenges! This course is designed for parents or teachers who want to give their children the best skills and most fun kids and beginners who want to learn to code games anyone new to programming who doesn't know where to start

Pedagogy

Next-Generation art courses and standards.


We don't lecture kids at Wizkids. Research shows that doing activities and receiving feedback is more effective than listening to a lecture – as much as 3x more effective! This is according to research conducted by Eric Mazur at Harvard; Nobel Prize winner Carl Wieman at Stanford; and Kelly Hogan at UNC Chapel Hill. Unlike most other online learning services where students work alone, at Wizkids, kids share each other's passion for what they're learning and are eager to give and receive feedback.

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