For Kids aged 5-6
Never thought your little ones could code? Kids as young as 5 get to programme a robot to boogie and code a game or animation on an iPad! Unleash your child’s full creative potential by soaking in the wonders of tech. Inventing the future starts right here
- No experience necessary
- Good mix of Tangible Programming & On-screen programming
- Get a head start on early childhood development through digital literacy
All you need to know
Click to watch BeeBot in action!
Say hi to BeeBot!
BeeBot’s an award-winning little robot that teaches young kids programming concepts, directional skills, math and more. Kids learn to build on their critical thinking and literary abilities by programming BeeBot to…
Dance and draw cool geometrical shapes
Complete an obstacle course that kids’ll get to design themselves
In the second half of this course, kids will translate the tangible programming concepts they’ve learned onscreen. Kids will get to play with Scratch Junior – an introductory programming language specially designed for young children. Kids learn how to code on an iPad by snapping together programming blocks to create…
Interactive animations where characters come to life.
Their very own original games that they can play with their friends!
Kids are just like sponges – the younger they are, the more they absorb. In this fun and interactive course, kids get an introduction to computational thinking through hardware and software programming. By being exposed to technology early, kids also learn to become creative thinkers and develop problem solving skills!
Oh! The stuff you'll learn
Broken down into concepts for MAXIMUM learnin'
- Discover the magic behind simple programming algorithms
- Code BeeBot the robot and make it come to life
- Build on basic numeracy and literacy skills
- Design an obstacle course for BeeBot
- How to code on an iPad
- Animate characters to move about
- Project Time: code your own game or animation
- Presentation time: On your last day, share with your parents what you’ve learnt!
Life skills you'll learn
Skills that last a lifetime
Saturday Kids don't learn to code. They code to learn.
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
Children from our camp enjoyed themselves exploring and learning what the different animation tools could do for them. They were particularly excited to see their own creations come alive.
I've been meaning to write to you to let you know that my son loved his workshop with Saturday Kids in June and I will be enrolling my daughter too for the beginners course that you are doing in October
It is wonderful to hear their enthusiasm and excitement when they talk about their Scratch classes, the words epic and awesome are frequently used!
Your kid will love it.
If your kid doesn't think it's the best thing ever after the attending the first 2 days, we'll issue you a credit note for 50% of the course fee. No questions asked.
- 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 programming. Will he / she be able to follow?
The BeeBot & Scratch Junior course is designed with the assumption that students have no prior background or experience in programming. All students new to programming are more than welcomed.
2. My child is younger than 5. Can he / she join?
The BeeBot & Scratch Junior course is recommended for 5-6 year olds. If your child is very keen, we can organise separate classes if there is a minimum of 4 participants. Please contact us directly to enquire.
3. I’ve enrolled my child, what will he/she need to bring?
We’ll provide all equipment and materials, but you may want to bring a jacket and light snacks in case he/she gets hungry.