Summer 2019Ti. Double 

     

     

 

 

 

 

KEMET SUMMER OF CODING             

 

Kids Engaging in Math, Engineering and Technology                

 

 

      Don't just play games, make them! Imagine learning to create your own game! During KEMET’s Summer of Coding students will learn the basics of game design. Students will learn programming through game-like puzzles, tutorials and projects. They will do daily activities that teach them how to incorporate sequence, loops, parallelism, events, conditionals, operators, data algorithms to make games that they can share with the world.

 

Throughout the summer, students will use various programming languages to create games. They will learn about art, music, graphics and storytelling to create their very own game. At the end of the summer students will have programmed several different games styles that they can play at home and share with friends. By the end of the session, your child will be on their way to becoming a junior programmer.

 

       

 

Picasso Baby Jr 

June 3rd- June 7th

Ages 7-11 years old

8 am to 12 pm

Cost $169

                  

    Do you like to play video games? Have you ever wanted to make your own video game? If so, this camp is for you! Evolve your gaming into making your own games. Learn how art intersects with coding. Kid coders will learn how to create their own characters and backdrops. Gamers will learn programming through game-like puzzles, tutorials and projects. They will do algorithms, loops, conditionals and events to make art projects. The final project will be interactive painting.

 

 

 

 

 

June 3rd – June 7th

Ages 11-16 years old

1pm to 5 pm 

Cost $169

          

Do you like to play video games? Have you ever wanted to make your own video game? If so, this camp is for you! Evolve your gaming into making your own games. Students are introduced to coding and graphic design using a drop and drag program that introduces students to the world of coding. Learn how art intersects with coding. Kid coders will learn how to create their own characters and backdrops. Gamers will learn programming through game-like puzzles, tutorials and projects. They will do algorithms, loops, conditionals and events to make art projects. The final project will be interactive painting.

 

 

        

Journey Through Sound 

June 10th – June 14th

Ages 08 -11 years old

8 am to 12 pm

Cost $169

 

Take a journey through sound with coding. Kid coders will learn how music impacts a video game. Gamers will learn programming through game-like puzzles, tutorials and projects. They will do algorithms, loops, conditionals and events. The final project will be an animated music video.

 

 

 

         

Journey Through Sound 

June 10th – June 14th

Ages 12 -16 years old

1 pm to 5 pm

Cost $169

 

Take a journey through sound with coding. Kid coders will learn how music impacts a video game. Gamers will learn the basics of composing music as a back drop for their music. They will explore different genres of music and program through game-like puzzles, tutorials and projects. They will do algorithms, loops, conditionals and events. The final project will be an animated music video.

 

Students will be introduced to a programming language that is used in the gaming industry.  Students will use the Stencyl Studio Engine in order to create a game that they will be able to take home and play online.  

 

 

 

Storytelling with Scratch 

June 17th - June 21st 

Ages 8 - 11 years old 

8am to 12 pm 

Cost $169 

 

 

What is a good game, without a good story? Gamers will learn programming through game-like puzzles, tutorials and projects. They will do algorithms, loops, conditionals and events to make games that they can share with the world. The final project will be an animated short film.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Storytelling for Game Design 

June 17th - June 21st 

Ages 12 - 16 years old 

1 pm to 5 pm 

Cost $169 

 

 

What is a good game, without a good story? Gamers will learn programming through game-like puzzles, tutorials and projects. They will do algorithms, loops, conditionals and events to make games that they can share with the world. The final project will be an animated short film.

 

Students will be introduced to a programming language that is used in the gaming industry.  Students will use the Stencyl Studio Engine in order to create a game that they will be able to take home and play online.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mission Possible  

June 24th - June 28th 

Ages 8 - 11 years old 

8am to 12 pm 

Cost $169 

 

 

Gamers will learn programming through game-like puzzles, tutorials and projects. Gamers will work with 3D interactive game curriculum that introduces them to text language. They will do algorithms, loops, conditionals and events to make their first interactive game. The final project will incorporate all techniques learned to create a video game.Students will be introduced to a programming language that is used in the gaming industry.  

 

 

 

 

 

Mission Possible  

June 24th - June 28th 

Ages 12 - 16 years old 

1 pm to 5 pm 

Cost $169 

 

 

Gamers will learn programming through game-like puzzles, tutorials and projects. Gamers will work with 3D interactive game curriculum that introduces them to text language. They will do algorithms, loops, conditionals and events to make their first interactive game. The final project will incorporate all techniques learned to create a video game.

 

 

Students will be introduced to a programming language that is used in the gaming industry.  Students will use the Game Maker Studio Engine in order to create a game that they will be able to take home and play online.  

 

 

 

 

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