Crazy About Coding
In this hands-on workshop all about coding, we’ll use Boost (a new coding app from LEGO) to program robots, explore programming fundamentals through interactive games, and write an algorithm to always win TicTacToe. (Noggin Builders’ hands-on interactive teaching philosophy does not have children sitting at computers writing code. Instead, you can expect that your child will gain valuable, fundamental skills in the background of programming that is necessary to the application of learning a specific programming language.)
Light it Up
Design and build circuits in three different ways during this hands-on workshop including EBlox, Snap Circuits and handmade circuits! All circuitry projects in the workshop will be differentiated for your child’s experience level. Examples include: doorbells, wire loop maze, and foil light-up circuits. (What are EBlox? This fantastic new learning toy promotes circuit making skills through building bricks that can be used to create circuits. Build brick creations with circuit pieces to create moving or lighted brick-made objects.)
Explore each day with science experiments, crafts, movement games, and a snack. Different themes each day!
Ages & Groupings
Children will be grouped by age. We can usually accommodate friendship requests within grades.
Noggin Builders only serves foods that do not contain nuts and are not made in a facility with nuts.
There will be a small snack served during each workshop. Typical snacks are items such as goldfish crackers, veggie straws or fruit. You may send your own snack if you wish. Please send a water bottle.
Full day attendees: Please send a nut free lunch with your child.
Tuition is fully refundable up to one-week prior to the workshop. Cancellations received in writing (via email) between one-week and 3 days prior to the workshop will receive a credit for the full amount of tuition paid to be applied to future programs. Cancellations received in writing (via email) after that time, will receive a credit of 80% of tuition paid to be applied to future programs.