What Coding Does For Your Child's Brain

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    Coding also helps kids develop a multitude of additional skills such as problem solving, logic, language, and even creativity.

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    MIT studies show that students who learn coding also perform 16% better in cognitive ability tests.

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    Learning computational thinking means being able to break down complex questions into smaller components, solving problems like a computer does.

Fun Courses For Various Ages

From coding to developing exciting games and fun apps, iTrainKids offers the most creative hands-on ways to teach children Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) skills. Young students learn progressively by starting with the basics to comprehending and mastering more advanced languages.

13 - 15 Sept 2021 @ 10:00AM


Day 1 - Project A: Minecraft Voyage Aquatic
Voyage Aquatic presents 12 unique challenges, focusing on how to use loops and conditionals, two fundamental concepts in computer science. The tutorial also includes a ‘free play’ level for participants to apply what they learn in the prior puzzles and use coding to build imaginative underwater creations. Voyage Aquatic takes learners on an aquatic adventure to find treasure and solve puzzles with coding.

Day 2 - Project B: Minecraft Hero’s Journey
1. Players write code that instructs the Agent to execute their commands and overcome in-game obstacles. The tutorial offers over 10 challenges where players will learn how to use loops, debugging, and functions.
2. Debugging enables players to test for errors and help determine the cause. Players are given a pre-built code and are challenged to identify how to change it so that they can direct the Agent to victory.
3. Functions enable players to combine many instructions into a single line of code, making it more efficient.
4. As a result, each level in the new Minecraft tutorial now comes with a Diamond Path, on which you can collect a diamond on each level by solving additional coding challenges, and free time to explore coding concepts through playing to deepen your understanding.
5. The Diamond Path is the coding road less travelled, but reaps more rewards!

Day 3 - Project C: Minecraft Adventurer (1 hour)
1. We're going to learn the basics of computer science by programming the sprites to move through a simulated piece of a Minecraft world. Minecraft adventurer is for designers to develop a game that leads a player through a story. When creating a game for adventurer, designers need to think through unique scenarios.
Some of the important keys to learn are:
Events & Actions: How to define how the game works using an easy logical “if this happens do that” system.
Layers: How to set up a sheet and insert objects into it
Variables: Manipulate values which are either global to the project or local to a range of events
Game Design: How to create a fun and engaging game. How to create a cohesive and interesting story.


15 - 17 Sept 2021 @ 3:30PM


Day 1 - Project A: Minecraft Voyage Aquatic
Voyage Aquatic presents 12 unique challenges, focusing on how to use loops and conditionals, two fundamental concepts in computer science. The tutorial also includes a ‘free play’ level for participants to apply what they learn in the prior puzzles and use coding to build imaginative underwater creations. Voyage Aquatic takes learners on an aquatic adventure to find treasure and solve puzzles with coding.

Day 2 - Project B: Minecraft Hero’s Journey
1. Players write code that instructs the Agent to execute their commands and overcome in-game obstacles. The tutorial offers over 10 challenges where players will learn how to use loops, debugging, and functions.
2. Debugging enables players to test for errors and help determine the cause. Players are given a pre-built code and are challenged to identify how to change it so that they can direct the Agent to victory.
3. Functions enable players to combine many instructions into a single line of code, making it more efficient.
4. As a result, each level in the new Minecraft tutorial now comes with a Diamond Path, on which you can collect a diamond on each level by solving additional coding challenges, and free time to explore coding concepts through playing to deepen your understanding.
5. The Diamond Path is the coding road less travelled, but reaps more rewards!

Day 3 - Project C: Minecraft Adventurer (1 hour)
1. We're going to learn the basics of computer science by programming the sprites to move through a simulated piece of a Minecraft world. Minecraft adventurer is for designers to develop a game that leads a player through a story. When creating a game for adventurer, designers need to think through unique scenarios.
Some of the important keys to learn are:
Events & Actions: How to define how the game works using an easy logical “if this happens do that” system.
Layers: How to set up a sheet and insert objects into it
Variables: Manipulate values which are either global to the project or local to a range of events
Game Design: How to create a fun and engaging game. How to create a cohesive and interesting story.


13 - 15 Sept 2021 @ 10:00AM


Day 1 - Project A: Minecraft Voyage Aquatic
Voyage Aquatic presents 12 unique challenges, focusing on how to use loops and conditionals, two fundamental concepts in computer science. The tutorial also includes a ‘free play’ level for participants to apply what they learn in the prior puzzles and use coding to build imaginative underwater creations. Voyage Aquatic takes learners on an aquatic adventure to find treasure and solve puzzles with coding.

Day 2 - Project B: Minecraft Hero’s Journey
1. Players write code that instructs the Agent to execute their commands and overcome in-game obstacles. The tutorial offers over 10 challenges where players will learn how to use loops, debugging, and functions.
2. Debugging enables players to test for errors and help determine the cause. Players are given a pre-built code and are challenged to identify how to change it so that they can direct the Agent to victory.
3. Functions enable players to combine many instructions into a single line of code, making it more efficient.
4. As a result, each level in the new Minecraft tutorial now comes with a Diamond Path, on which you can collect a diamond on each level by solving additional coding challenges, and free time to explore coding concepts through playing to deepen your understanding.
5. The Diamond Path is the coding road less travelled, but reaps more rewards!

Day 3 - Project C: Minecraft Adventurer (1 hour)
1. We're going to learn the basics of computer science by programming the sprites to move through a simulated piece of a Minecraft world. Minecraft adventurer is for designers to develop a game that leads a player through a story. When creating a game for adventurer, designers need to think through unique scenarios.
Some of the important keys to learn are:
Events & Actions: How to define how the game works using an easy logical “if this happens do that” system.
Layers: How to set up a sheet and insert objects into it
Variables: Manipulate values which are either global to the project or local to a range of events
Game Design: How to create a fun and engaging game. How to create a cohesive and interesting story.


15 - 17 Sept 2021 @ 3:30PM


Day 1 - Project A: Minecraft Voyage Aquatic
Voyage Aquatic presents 12 unique challenges, focusing on how to use loops and conditionals, two fundamental concepts in computer science. The tutorial also includes a ‘free play’ level for participants to apply what they learn in the prior puzzles and use coding to build imaginative underwater creations. Voyage Aquatic takes learners on an aquatic adventure to find treasure and solve puzzles with coding.

Day 2 - Project B: Minecraft Hero’s Journey
1. Players write code that instructs the Agent to execute their commands and overcome in-game obstacles. The tutorial offers over 10 challenges where players will learn how to use loops, debugging, and functions.
2. Debugging enables players to test for errors and help determine the cause. Players are given a pre-built code and are challenged to identify how to change it so that they can direct the Agent to victory.
3. Functions enable players to combine many instructions into a single line of code, making it more efficient.
4. As a result, each level in the new Minecraft tutorial now comes with a Diamond Path, on which you can collect a diamond on each level by solving additional coding challenges, and free time to explore coding concepts through playing to deepen your understanding.
5. The Diamond Path is the coding road less travelled, but reaps more rewards!

Day 3 - Project C: Minecraft Adventurer (1 hour)
1. We're going to learn the basics of computer science by programming the sprites to move through a simulated piece of a Minecraft world. Minecraft adventurer is for designers to develop a game that leads a player through a story. When creating a game for adventurer, designers need to think through unique scenarios.
Some of the important keys to learn are:
Events & Actions: How to define how the game works using an easy logical “if this happens do that” system.
Layers: How to set up a sheet and insert objects into it
Variables: Manipulate values which are either global to the project or local to a range of events
Game Design: How to create a fun and engaging game. How to create a cohesive and interesting story.


13 - 15 Sept 2021 @ 10:00AM


Day 1 - Project A: Minecraft Voyage Aquatic
Voyage Aquatic presents 12 unique challenges, focusing on how to use loops and conditionals, two fundamental concepts in computer science. The tutorial also includes a ‘free play’ level for participants to apply what they learn in the prior puzzles and use coding to build imaginative underwater creations. Voyage Aquatic takes learners on an aquatic adventure to find treasure and solve puzzles with coding.

Day 2 - Project B: Minecraft Hero’s Journey
1. Players write code that instructs the Agent to execute their commands and overcome in-game obstacles. The tutorial offers over 10 challenges where players will learn how to use loops, debugging, and functions.
2. Debugging enables players to test for errors and help determine the cause. Players are given a pre-built code and are challenged to identify how to change it so that they can direct the Agent to victory.
3. Functions enable players to combine many instructions into a single line of code, making it more efficient.
4. As a result, each level in the new Minecraft tutorial now comes with a Diamond Path, on which you can collect a diamond on each level by solving additional coding challenges, and free time to explore coding concepts through playing to deepen your understanding.
5. The Diamond Path is the coding road less travelled, but reaps more rewards!

Day 3 - Project C: Minecraft Adventurer (1 hour)
1. We're going to learn the basics of computer science by programming the sprites to move through a simulated piece of a Minecraft world. Minecraft adventurer is for designers to develop a game that leads a player through a story. When creating a game for adventurer, designers need to think through unique scenarios.
Some of the important keys to learn are:
Events & Actions: How to define how the game works using an easy logical “if this happens do that” system.
Layers: How to set up a sheet and insert objects into it
Variables: Manipulate values which are either global to the project or local to a range of events
Game Design: How to create a fun and engaging game. How to create a cohesive and interesting story.


15 - 17 Sept 2021 @ 3:30PM


Day 1 - Project A: Minecraft Voyage Aquatic
Voyage Aquatic presents 12 unique challenges, focusing on how to use loops and conditionals, two fundamental concepts in computer science. The tutorial also includes a ‘free play’ level for participants to apply what they learn in the prior puzzles and use coding to build imaginative underwater creations. Voyage Aquatic takes learners on an aquatic adventure to find treasure and solve puzzles with coding.

Day 2 - Project B: Minecraft Hero’s Journey
1. Players write code that instructs the Agent to execute their commands and overcome in-game obstacles. The tutorial offers over 10 challenges where players will learn how to use loops, debugging, and functions.
2. Debugging enables players to test for errors and help determine the cause. Players are given a pre-built code and are challenged to identify how to change it so that they can direct the Agent to victory.
3. Functions enable players to combine many instructions into a single line of code, making it more efficient.
4. As a result, each level in the new Minecraft tutorial now comes with a Diamond Path, on which you can collect a diamond on each level by solving additional coding challenges, and free time to explore coding concepts through playing to deepen your understanding.
5. The Diamond Path is the coding road less travelled, but reaps more rewards!

Day 3 - Project C: Minecraft Adventurer (1 hour)
1. We're going to learn the basics of computer science by programming the sprites to move through a simulated piece of a Minecraft world. Minecraft adventurer is for designers to develop a game that leads a player through a story. When creating a game for adventurer, designers need to think through unique scenarios.
Some of the important keys to learn are:
Events & Actions: How to define how the game works using an easy logical “if this happens do that” system.
Layers: How to set up a sheet and insert objects into it
Variables: Manipulate values which are either global to the project or local to a range of events
Game Design: How to create a fun and engaging game. How to create a cohesive and interesting story.


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