Game Development with MIT Scratch for Kids & Teenagers

Use Scratch 3.0 to learn universal programming concepts, create games, design animations, make models, and more!

Course Overview

Course Description

”This module will help young minds to design and develop games and animations. With MIT Scratch, students will learn to build their own Game and explore how to apply basic Mathematics while developing a game.

While this is super fun to build games in MIT scratch, the focus is on reinforcing key concepts used in Game Development such as problem-solving, creating algorithmic sequences and storyboarding multiple pages in a fun way.

Unlike traditional programming — where it can take days of coding just to get something going — MIT Scratch lets you create animated graphics and sound in a few minutes, just by dragging blocks around. This puts the focus on the concepts and allows you to quickly create program allowing you to see concepts in action that would take years to learn in conventional programming.

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3 levels

Level Duration

48 hours

This Course Includes:

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Group batches starts several times during the years, please reach out for start dates.

Bonus Features

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Completion Certificate

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Performance Awards

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Feedback From Instructors

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1:1 Parents Teacher Meeting

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Special One-Off Workshops

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Entrepreneurial Skills

Detailed Curriculum

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Projects You Will Work On

Scratch: Animations & Games

Students learn key computer science concepts such as sequences, loops, conditionals and abstraction through building their own fun projects of animated stories and multimedia games.

Scratch: Algorithm Composing

This section provides a deep dive for students to solidify their understanding of key computer science concepts, through creating more advanced and interactive games and projects with Systematic programming

Hardware linked programming with mBot®

Using mBot, an Arduino-based, extensible robot kit, students create commands to follow lines, push objects, create useful LED displays and more, to practice key computer science concepts such as loops and conditionals.

Makey Makey ®

MaKey MaKey is an invention kit for the 21st century. Turn everyday objects into touchpads and combine them with the internet. It’s a simple Invention Kit for Beginners and Experts doing art, engineering, and everything in between.

Learning Pathways Post This Module

Post completion of the module, Students can opt for these following related modules to further their learning.

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Website Development

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Students Portfolio

Our students have always enjoyed learning with us, as much as we have enjoyed teaching them. Check out the amazing projects created by them! Some amazing Projects created by our amazing students.

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