Introduction to Programming and Game Design with Scratch
In-Person ONLY for fall 2023 • Payment Plans Available

Course Overview

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of programming using Scratch, a visual programming language designed at MIT’s Media Lab.  This course will empower young students with no prior programming experience to design their own animations, games, interactive art, and stories. Kids will learn to express their ideas, develop problem-solving skills, and unleash their creativity by bringing their unique stories to life with code.

10-Week Course

No Class Thanksgiving Week

90 Minutes Per Class

Ages 8-11


In-Person - KAysville, UT

Tuesdays, Sep 26 – Dec 5
1:30pm – 3:00pm


No previous knowledge of coding is required, and we will go over any basic computer skills that young students would need for this course.  However, parents should consider whether students have some of the following basic skills:

Reading Ability

While Scratch involves visual programming blocks, some level of reading ability is still necessary for understanding the labels and instructions associated with the blocks.

Math Concepts

While Scratch can be used without strong math skills, a basic understanding of concepts like counting, shapes, and patterns can be helpful when creating more complex projects.

Mouse and Keyboard Proficiency

Ability to use the mouse for pointing, clicking, and dragging, as well as typing on the keyboard.

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In-Person (Tues)

Tuesdays, Sep 26 – Dec 5
1:30am – 3:00pm

Kaysville, UT