Micro:Bit Coding

Rising Grades 4-6
Dates: June 12-23 (2-weeks) (No Camp on Monday 6/19)
Times: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $425 (includes BBC micro:bit with basic accessories to take home after camp)
Instructor: Ms. Caren Speier
This 2-week summer program is designed for rising 4th, 5th, and 6th grade boys and girls who are interested in learning how to code, work with electronics and make cool things. The program will introduce students to the micro:bit, a small computer that can be programmed to control lights, sensors, sounds, and other electronic components. During the camp program, students will learn how to code the micro:bit using a simple programming language. They will also have the opportunity to try out a variety of sensors and electronics, and work on beginning projects that will help them learn how to control the micro:bit and create interactive devices. The program will be fun and engaging for students to develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills while exploring the world of coding and electronics.

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    Caren Speier 

    Academic Support Specialist for Mathematics Grades 2-6