Introduction to Scratch Junior Coding | Early READ

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library@harbourfront (Programme Zone 2)

1 HarbourFront Walk, VivoCity

#03-05

Singapore, 098585

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Using ScratchJr, children can create their own interactive stories, animations and games. Suitable for children aged 4 - 6 years old.

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ScratchJr is a programming language for children aged 4-6. Using ScratchJr, children can create their own interactive stories, animations and games.

Unit 1: Introduction

  • Learn to create own interactive computational media with ScratchJr
  • Background and Character Creation

Unit 2: Motion

  • Learn to use ScratchJr to create motion and animations
  • Use blocks and open-ended explorations
  • Same block sequencing and motion
  • Numbers and repeating sequences

Please note the following:

  1. Registration is required for this programme.
  2. Children must be seated at designated spots at all times.
  3. Arrive 10 mins before the session commences.
  4. Latecomers who arrive after 10 mins before the session commences will not be allowed entry and the seats will released to those on the wait-list.
  5. Children below 6 years old are strongly encouraged to wear face masks or face shields.
  6. NLB reserves the right to deny entry to participants who do not abide by the ground rules.
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library@harbourfront (Programme Zone 2)

1 HarbourFront Walk, VivoCity

#03-05

Singapore, 098585

Singapore

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