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Live, Virtual Tech Camp for Kids & Teens
Minecraft, Python, Mobile App and Many more

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Enjoy Live Online Thanksgiving Camp to learn 21-st century skills and develop your child's holistic development.  Project-based camps covering from beginner to advanced level coding courses. Students will be having fun making various stories, animation, and game development. Designed by IBM and Amdocs experts, and taught by experienced teachers. Code4Jr camps for ages 6 to 14 years are loved and trusted by parents worldwide. We can’t wait for your child to have fun, bond with new friends, and learn the technology of the future.

Dates: Nov 22nd - 24th & Nov 26th, 2021    OR
Nov 23rd -24th & Nov 26-27th,2021

Hours: 10:00 am to 12:30 pm (AM - Half Day)
              1:00 pm to 3:30 pm (PM - Half Day)     

Pricing: $99 (For ALL four Days)                      

       Location: Virtual, Live. Join from Anywhere!      

Scratch Junior - Grade K - 2

In this fun Scratch Junior class, we will create a series of animations and games while learning about core coding concepts.              

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Math Magic With Minecraft

Playing games and learning Math will be the perfect scenario for both parents and students. Our Live interactive course “Math Magic with Minecraft” is exactly win-win situation for both parents and students. As parents are excited to see their kids doing math and students are happy playing on Minecraft.

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Scratch Ninja - Beginner

This class uses Scratch, a platform by MIT, to teach fundamental coding concepts. We start from the very basics, no prior coding experiences are needed.

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Coding With Minecraft

We start from the very basics of the coding concepts in this fun-filled class. Students solve puzzles by coding an agent in the Minecraft game to move, take actions, and react to the environment. They are also given the opportunity to build open-ended puzzles on their own.

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