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Code Academy

Are you looking for coding classes or programming courses for kids in Singapore, that will boost your child’s gaming skills and build several life skills like problem solving?

With Code Academy camps, our coding courses in Singapore, our mission is to make coding for kids simple, fun, and challenging. So your little gamer will not only design his or her very own computer games that anyone can play, but can even challenge their friends using an online learning platform!

The camps will start with an introduction to different coding languages for kids, before delving deeper into HTML, CSS and JavaScript, the technology that powers over 90% of online applications.

By the end of the camp, each child will know how to design, code and publish and share their very own, fully functioning online game!

Our Code Academy camps:
We cover 3 types of coding topics, and have camps of different levels in each, to match the personalities, needs, and experiences of all children. Our coding topics are:

1. MINECRAFT: It is a game about placing blocks and creating objects to build a completely new 3D, virtual world. This game really pushes the imaginative powers and creativity skills.

2. ROBLOX: It is a global game creation platform where users can create and share experiences with each other using the Roblox studio platform. It is usually a multiplayer game and encourages social interaction. It can also include some programming.

3. SCRATCH: Scratch is a visual programming language used to create interactive media such as stories and games. This can then be shared with other users in the online community of the game.



Topics

6 to 8 years old

Game Design with Minecraft

Stop just playing the game. start modelling it!

Create your own game: Design, build and explore 3D game adventures using Minecraft.

Develop your own game levels, and transform the Minecraft universe into a dynamic game environment.

Camp activities:
• Pixel Art- create digital characters and structures at the pixel level
• Blueprint Design - understand the importance of blueprint in architecture and how it works
• Game Architecture - build a new world and structure in Minecraft

This camp is best suited for children who:
• Love to play and design online games, but are not sure how to get started
• Have heard and played Minecraft games, but have only played it as consumers, not creators
• Interested in pixel art and architecture design

“My child Michelle had such a fantastic experience at this camp, blah blah. She was shy before but was a completely different child afterwards. Add at least one full line or 2 short lines. ” – Cheryl, Michelle’s mother. Add her pic if possible.



Minecraft Smart City with Redstone - NEW!

Redstone in Minecraft is about adding electricity to Minecraft worlds and objects.

In this camp, discover the wonders of Redstone in Minecraft Creative while building innovative products, e.g. password-coded doors, to bring Smart Cities to life.

Be an urban planner, and build a Smart City with automation.

Camp activities:
• Learn about electricity and circuitry in Minecraft and build different automated inventions with Redstone
• Learn the concept of Smart City and what the term entails
• Build your own Smart City in Minecraft, incorporating design, automation and urban planning

This camp is best suited for children who:
• Have already attended some entry-level Minecraft camp, like Game Design with Minecraft
• Are familiar with Minecraft game design, but feel limited by the current knowledge and want to learn more
• Love the idea of automation and building cities

“My child Michelle had such a fantastic experience at this camp, blah blah. She was shy before but was a completely different child afterwards. Add at least one full line or 2 short lines. ” – Cheryl, Michelle’s mother. Add her pic if possible.


Roblox for Game Design

Create different immersive 3D game experiences on the ROBLOX gaming platform, such as interactive adventures, races, and competitions.

Camp activities:
• Learn about game creation through the construction of obstacles (Obby) and terrains within Roblox
• Understand the process of debugging, beta testing and feedback
• Get exposure to the Lua programming language and scripting used in Roblox

This camp is best suited for children who:
• Love to interact with other children through video games and contests
• Have heard of and played Roblox, but have only played it as users not creators
• Are creative and keen to learn about 3D game development in one of the world's most popular children's game platforms

“My child Michelle had such a fantastic experience at this camp, blah blah. She was shy before but was a completely different child afterwards. Add at least one full line or 2 short lines. ” – Cheryl, Michelle’s mother. Add her pic if possible.



Food

Lunch, morning and afternoon snacks are included in the cost of your camp. What's more the food is cooked fresh and delivered daily by Michelin Star Celebrity Chef Emmanuel Stroobant. 

Check out our sample healthy food menu HERE.

If your kid is a vegetarian or doesn’t/can’t eat beef, pork, seafood, dairy or eggs, that’s cool. Just tell us beforehand in your child’s details online when you book. If your kid has a nut allergy, don’t worry, Discovery Camps has a no nut policy.

Bus Service

We offer a highly convenient, safe, and secure bus service to and from camp, calling 19 bus stops around the island.

Please note this bus service is only available from our SJI International location.
Click HERE for all the info.


FAQs

Please also check out our FAQs page, and if you can't find what you're looking for, call us or drop us an email.
Code Academy
Scratch

6 to 8 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp
+ Ice-Breakers

Introduction  to variables+ Revision

Introduction  to Conditional Statements and Loops (Part 2)+ Revision

Concepts RECAP

Introduction
+
Revision

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Introduction to Algorithm

Scratch Project #1: My First Shop

Scratch Project

#3: Tom & Jerry

Scratch Final #5: Alien Invasion

Game
Modification + Debugging

11:30-12:30

Activity: "Our First Sprite"

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

Application
Algorithm:
"SledgeBob"

Introduction to
Boolean, Conditional Statements and Loops (Part 1)

Introduction to Logical Operators and Loops (Part 3)

Scratch Final Project #5: Alien Invasion

Discussion & Recap for the week

14:00-15:00

Introduction to Coordinates
+ Activity: "Mystery Object"

Scratch Project #2: Earth Defence

Scratch Project #4: Treasure Hunter

Discussion & Recap for the week.

15:00

Home

 

Code Academy
Minecraft

6 to 8 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp 
+ Minecraft

Modeling in Minecraft: combining simple blocks into complex shapes

Finalise designs: managing complexity of design and incorporating various materials

Storytelling: use an existing story or invent a new one
Write down the storyline

Triggers: connecting objects using Redstones

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Setting up Minecraft: creating accounts and launching a game

Creating Pixel Art: understand how Minecraft characters are created

Modelling in Minecraft: free building session

 

Modelling in groups
Creating new worlds

Write down the storyline
Create one scene from the storyline

Continue adding triggers
Modelling:adding interactivity to the world

11:30-12:30

Creating Pixel Art using CubeCraft Template
Unplugged activity: create a character model

Understanding the planning process and creating Blueprints. 
Brainstorm what to build in groups

Continue modelling and creating new worlds

Create all scenes from the storyline

Continue modelling

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

In-game skin: navigation, painting tools, body & overlay

Design & implement

Continue modelling and creating new worlds

Create all scenes from the storyline

Complete game
Prepare for presentations

14:00-15:00

In-game skins
Create and update learning blog

Create and update learning blog

Creating and update learning blog

Create and update learning blog

Student presentations

15:00

Home

     

Code Academy
Roblox

6 to 8 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp 
+ Roblox and Obby

 Revision 
Introduction to turning and hinged platforms

Revision
Introduction to Terrain Editor and advanced obstacles 

Revision
Introduction to Teams service to create Obby checkpoints

Finalize and finishing touches to Obby and Publish Obby to Roblox

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Demonstrate how to build and customize Obby structure 

Intro to models and workshop components

 

Students build their own Obby

Testing and adding additional debug checkpoints

Demonstrate how and where to edit game aftr publishing.

11:30-12:30

Students build their own Obby

Students build their own Obby

Students build their own Obby

Finalize game and incorporate any feedback

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

Introduction of advanced properties

Introduction to decals and effects

 Students build their own Obby

Remove components causing performance issues

Prepare for class presentations

14:00-15:00

Summary & Recap

Summary & Recap

Beta testing and feedback

Beta testing and feedback

Students will present to their classmates

15:00

Home


Code Academy
Minecraft

9 to 12 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp 
+ Minecraft

Modeling in Minecraft: combining simple blocks into complex shapes

Finalise designs: managing complexity of design and incorporating various materials

Storytelling: use an existing story or invent a new one
Write down the storyline

Triggers: connecting objects using Redstones

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Setting up Minecraft: creating accounts and launching a game

Creating Pixel Art: understand how Minecraft characters are created

Modelling in Minecraft: free building session

 

Modelling in groups
Creating new worlds

Write down the storyline
Create one scene from the storyline

Continue adding triggers
Modelling:adding interactivity to the world

11:30-12:30

Creating Pixel Art using CubeCraft Template
Unplugged activity: create a character model

Understanding the planning process and creating Blueprints. 
Brainstorm what to build in groups

Continue modelling and creating new worlds

Create all scenes from the storyline

Continue modelling

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

In-game skin: navigation, painting tools, body & overlay

Design & implement

Continue modelling and creating new worlds

Create all scenes from the storyline

Complete game
Prepare for presentations

14:00-15:00

In-game skins
Create and update learning blog

Create and update learning blog

Creating and update learning blog

Create and update learning blog

Student presentations

15:00

Home

 

Code Academy
Roblox

9 to 12 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp 
+ Roblox and Obby

 Revision 
Introduction to turning and hinged platforms

Revision
Introduction to Terrain Editor and advanced obstacles 

Revision
Introduction to Teams service to create Obby checkpoints

Finalize and finishing touches to Obby and Publish Obby to Roblox

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Demonstrate how to build and customize Obby structure 

Intro to models and workshop components

 

Students build their own Obby

Testing and adding additional debug checkpoints

Demonstrate how and where to edit game aftr publishing.

11:30-12:30

Students build their own Obby

Students build their own Obby

Students build their own Obby

Fianalize gam and incorporate any feedback

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

Introduction of advanced properties

Introduction to decals and effects

 Students build their own Obby

Remove components causing performance issues

Prepare for class presentations

14:00-15:00

Summary & Recap

Summary & Recap

Beta testing and feedback

Beta testing and feedback

Students will present to their classmates

15:00

Home

Code Academy
Scratch

6 to 8 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp
+ Ice-Breakers

Introduction  to variables+ Revision

Introduction  to Conditional Statements and Loops (Part 2)+ Revision

Concepts RECAP

Introduction
+
Revision

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Introduction to Algorithm

Scratch Project #1: My First Shop

Scratch Project

#3: Tom & Jerry

Scratch Final #5: Alien Invasion

Game
Modification + Debugging

11:30-12:30

Activity: "Our First Sprite"

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

Application
Algorithm:
"SledgeBob"

Introduction to
Boolean, Conditional Statements and Loops (Part 1)

Introduction to Logical Operators and Loops (Part 3)

Scratch Final Project #5: Alien Invasion

Discussion & Recap for the week

14:00-15:00

Introduction to Coordinates
+ Activity: "Mystery Object"

Scratch Project #2: Earth Defence

Scratch Project #4: Treasure Hunter

Discussion & Recap for the week.

15:00

Home

 

Code Academy
Minecraft

6 to 8 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp 
+ Minecraft

Modeling in Minecraft: combining simple blocks into complex shapes

Finalise designs: managing complexity of design and incorporating various materials

Storytelling: use an existing story or invent a new one
Write down the storyline

Triggers: connecting objects using Redstones

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Setting up Minecraft: creating accounts and launching a game

Creating Pixel Art: understand how Minecraft characters are created

Modelling in Minecraft: free building session

 

Modelling in groups
Creating new worlds

Write down the storyline
Create one scene from the storyline

Continue adding triggers
Modelling:adding interactivity to the world

11:30-12:30

Creating Pixel Art using CubeCraft Template
Unplugged activity: create a character model

Understanding the planning process and creating Blueprints. 
Brainstorm what to build in groups

Continue modelling and creating new worlds

Create all scenes from the storyline

Continue modelling

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

In-game skin: navigation, painting tools, body & overlay

Design & implement

Continue modelling and creating new worlds

Create all scenes from the storyline

Complete game
Prepare for presentations

14:00-15:00

In-game skins
Create and update learning blog

Create and update learning blog

Creating and update learning blog

Create and update learning blog

Student presentations

15:00

Home

     

Code Academy
Roblox

6 to 8 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp 
+ Roblox and Obby

 Revision 
Introduction to turning and hinged platforms

Revision
Introduction to Terrain Editor and advanced obstacles 

Revision
Introduction to Teams service to create Obby checkpoints

Finalize and finishing touches to Obby and Publish Obby to Roblox

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Demonstrate how to build and customize Obby structure 

Intro to models and workshop components

 

Students build their own Obby

Testing and adding additional debug checkpoints

Demonstrate how and where to edit game aftr publishing.

11:30-12:30

Students build their own Obby

Students build their own Obby

Students build their own Obby

Finalize game and incorporate any feedback

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

Introduction of advanced properties

Introduction to decals and effects

 Students build their own Obby

Remove components causing performance issues

Prepare for class presentations

14:00-15:00

Summary & Recap

Summary & Recap

Beta testing and feedback

Beta testing and feedback

Students will present to their classmates

15:00

Home


Code Academy
Minecraft

9 to 12 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp 
+ Minecraft

Modeling in Minecraft: combining simple blocks into complex shapes

Finalise designs: managing complexity of design and incorporating various materials

Storytelling: use an existing story or invent a new one
Write down the storyline

Triggers: connecting objects using Redstones

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Setting up Minecraft: creating accounts and launching a game

Creating Pixel Art: understand how Minecraft characters are created

Modelling in Minecraft: free building session

 

Modelling in groups
Creating new worlds

Write down the storyline
Create one scene from the storyline

Continue adding triggers
Modelling:adding interactivity to the world

11:30-12:30

Creating Pixel Art using CubeCraft Template
Unplugged activity: create a character model

Understanding the planning process and creating Blueprints. 
Brainstorm what to build in groups

Continue modelling and creating new worlds

Create all scenes from the storyline

Continue modelling

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

In-game skin: navigation, painting tools, body & overlay

Design & implement

Continue modelling and creating new worlds

Create all scenes from the storyline

Complete game
Prepare for presentations

14:00-15:00

In-game skins
Create and update learning blog

Create and update learning blog

Creating and update learning blog

Create and update learning blog

Student presentations

15:00

Home

 

Code Academy
Roblox

9 to 12 years old

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:30-09:00

Arrival

09:00-10:00

Introduction to the camp 
+ Roblox and Obby

 Revision 
Introduction to turning and hinged platforms

Revision
Introduction to Terrain Editor and advanced obstacles 

Revision
Introduction to Teams service to create Obby checkpoints

Finalize and finishing touches to Obby and Publish Obby to Roblox

10:00-10:30

Snack Break

10:30-11:30

Demonstrate how to build and customize Obby structure 

Intro to models and workshop components

 

Students build their own Obby

Testing and adding additional debug checkpoints

Demonstrate how and where to edit game aftr publishing.

11:30-12:30

Students build their own Obby

Students build their own Obby

Students build their own Obby

Fianalize gam and incorporate any feedback

12:30-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:00

Introduction of advanced properties

Introduction to decals and effects

 Students build their own Obby

Remove components causing performance issues

Prepare for class presentations

14:00-15:00

Summary & Recap

Summary & Recap

Beta testing and feedback

Beta testing and feedback

Students will present to their classmates

15:00

Home

March and April Holiday Dates 2019

Camp WeekDatesLocation6 to 8 Topic9 to 12 Topic
Week 118 to 22 MarchUnited Square MinecraftRoblox
Week 21 to 5 AprUnited SquareMinecraftTBC
Week 38 to 12 AprUnited SquareRobloxMinecraft


All camp weeks run Monday to Friday from 9am to 3pm.


To check camp availability please click HERE

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