Curious Creatures at Home

For preschoolers new to the world of code, learn basic computational thinking to tell your favourite stories creatively through Scratch Jr!

  • For ages 5-6
  • 10h Course (Holiday Camp)
  • 1:6 Instructor:Student Ratio
  • 190
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For Ages 5-6

For preschoolers new to the world of code, learn basic computational thinking to tell your favourite stories creatively through Scratch Jr!

  • For preschoolers with no coding experience
  • Recommended starting course for kids ages 5-6!
  • 5-Day Online Holiday Camp
  • Kids collaborate & get creative online in their first taste of coding through story-telling with Scratch Jr
  • Learn programming concepts and apply your learnings to reimagine & recreate classic stories

All you need to know

In this 5-day introductory course to programming for preschoolers, we will be going on a journey with a very hungry caterpillar and a beloved rabbit to explore basic concepts in programming using Scratch Jr!

Through bite-sized daily lessons designed to match preschoolers’ attention span and interests, kids will co-operate and collaborate with their classmates to narrate Eric Carle’s classic storybook, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and Beatrix Potter’s beloved kids’ classic, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, using Scratch Junior. 

Without the hassle of programming on their individual devices, kids will be collaborating to provide instructions to their instructor who’ll be acting as their hands and legs!

Synergising offline craft activities that help kids visualise concepts in programming and application via Scratch Jr, preschoolers discover the relevance of code to different experiences in the world.

By the end of this short course, preschoolers will learn not just about curious critters like caterpillars and rabbits, but discover how to apply code to create animations and tell stories of their choosing.

Your child will require: 
  • A working webcam and microphone, in order to participate in the class and for our instructor to check their understanding.
  • Internet speed of 25Mbps or above. You can check your internet speed here.
  • Familiarity with basic computer functions, such as typing on a keyboard, using a mouse, switching between desktop apps and navigating a browser (opening a new tab, entering URLs)
  • Installing Zoom is recommended for a smoother learning experience. You may do so here.
    (For macOS computers, please enable these permission settings)
  • We also recommend that students have an adult member of their household standing by for Lesson 1 to assist with any technical difficulties that may arise.
  • A printer to print out accompanying worksheets (black and white is fine)
  • Scissors and glue.
    Note for parents: if you feel your child is not able to use scissors and glue independently, please be available to assist. Activities involving scissors and glue will take place during Lessons 2, 3 and 5

Oh! The stuff you'll learn

  • Pick up the basics of computational thinking
  • Learn the fundamentals of programming through Scratch Jr
  • Discover how programming concepts can be applied beyond computers

Life skills you'll learn

Logical Thinking
Problem Solving


No lectures. No memorisation. No ONE right answer. Like real life, we're all about trying things out yourself, failing, figuring what went wrong & trying again. These are the skills & mindset that will last a lifetime and how we learn in real life. Let's get kids to learn how to learn. Because the kids who learn to learn become curious, inventive, resourceful human beings who solve real world problems to make a meaningful impact.

Parents love us

The happiest hours of your child's week

My son was very happy with the lessons and he wants to learn more. I saw him able to learn in a fun way that interests him, I guess that's most important.

Lessons are fun and interactive. Teacher Fongyee added on things according to the kids learning pace.

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Your kid will love it

If your kid doesn't think it's the best thing ever after attending the first 2 days of holiday camps (or first 3 weeks of term classes), and would like to withdraw, we'll issue you a 50% credit note of the amount paid.

  • 1:6 Maximum Instructor-Student Ratio
  • All equipment & materials provided
  • Open source tools: Continue the learning at home!

Frequently Asked Questions

1. My child is new to computers and programming. Will he / she be able to follow?

This course is targeted at kids ages 5-6 without any prior programming experience. Our objective is to introduce them to the computers and coding in an enjoyable, creative, and accessible way, and we’ve designed our curriculum for kids to have fun and get inspired while they learn, leaving them hungry to learn even more!

2. My child has some exposure to coding at school. Should he/she still attend this course?

This is an introductory course for kids with no programming background. We will be focusing on the basics of Scratch Jr, and we encourage kids who have already learned Scratch Jr to explore our other courses for preschoolers: Curious Cubs and Tiny Techies.

3.My child is younger than 5 years old . Can he/she join?

Unfortunately we are not able to accommodate students younger than 5.

4. What will my child need for the class?

Classes will be conducted via Zoom conferencing. Your child will need an iPad or a laptop/desktop computer with webcam/video conferencing and their microphone enabled. We will be using password-secured classrooms which will be locked once the class has begun. Please note that kids will not be programming on their own devices, but will instead be collaborating and co-operating to providing instructions to their instructor who will be their arms and legs, coding on a separate device.

5. Is parent participation required and/or encouraged in this course?

Active participation is neither required nor encouraged; however we do recommend that a parent be present to supervise their child in terms of tech trouble-shooting where necessary.

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