$295Curious-on-Hudson, Dobbs FerryE-mail Us
August 14, 2017
Monday-Friday, August 14-18| 9:00-12:00
Ages 6-9 (entering grades 2-4
Fee: $295 including all materials
May be combined with the afternoon session in the same week for a fee of $550) Children may stay through for a supervised and relaxed lunch break).
If you want to make games, what are you waiting for? Learn to use Scratch's drag and drop programming interface to create cool games. Learn about game planning and programming logic in about an hour.
Please bring a snack with you to this class in a bag with your name on it.
Maximum 10 particpants.
This class is all learning the logic that goes into a video game and then creating one in Scratch.
At this Curious-on-Hudson camp, you'll learn:
▪ How to create a game strategy with logical sequences
▪ How to develop a game from the ground up
▪ How to share your game with others
Christine Advincula is, in her own words, a lover of "geek culture" and is a mixed-media artist, drawing inspiration from both the T and A (tech and art) in our STEAM equation. This passion led her to Marist College where she graduated with a degree in Digital Media. She has worked as a web designer and game developer, having contributed to numerous Facebook games before publishing her own mobile title, Quacker Stacker. She is also an avid crafter and her dragon egg crochet pattern has been featured on the Make website.
Christine is one of Curious-on-Hudson's Scratch and web coding instructors, and a co-instructor of the Saturday Maker Lab. She is always happy to assist students in achieving their creative visions.