Gamers’ CodeCombat with Python – July 10-14, 2017 (Aurora)
AGES 8-15. Not a snake, but named for Monty Python, this real-world computer coding language is used by many companies today. This course uses a gaming environment that provides an engaging introduction to Python. Explore the similarities and differences between Python and other coding languages, learn elements of coding design, and discover best coding practices. We will build apps and games and design our own Python projects. New learners welcome - no coding experience necessary!
• Ages 10-15, full days, 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Sale priced $395 until June 1 ($450) per week
• Ages 8-14, ½ days, 9:00 am-12:00 pm, Sale priced $250 until June 1 ($295) (*Click for 8-14 Extended/Full Day Options)
• Early drop-off/Late pickup available upon request.
- Create game characters to compete and win
- Use gamification to unveil Python’s syntax, structure, and environment
- Explore the similarities and differences between Python and other coding languages
- Build apps, games, and create your our own Python projects
All lessons are aligned with ISTE standards for CS education to prepare students for the technical challenges of the future!
If you have additional questions, feel free to reach out to our Program Director, Rebecca Parrent at 303-381-3741, submit a form on our Contact Us page, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We can't wait to meet your future coder!
“It’s fun doing all of this coding, and you could be learning about your future job!” - 6th grade student
“In the camp I learned how to code, and I didn’t know what coding was before I came here. What I liked was that we got to do some easy stuff, and also learned hard stuff.” - 6th grade student