Indulge your child’s gaming obsession IRL with these hands-on, coding classes. It’s all about games, games, games!
Learn more about the programs CodeFu has to offer below!
CodeFu is an after-school coding enrichment program that brings coding classes to elementary school students. We offer introductory, intermediate, and advanced classes in Scratch Jr, Scratch, Python, Minecraft modding, website design, and robotics. In addition to time spent on tablets/chromebooks, we also include off-screen activities to keep students active and engaged. All our curricula emphasize various topics related to social emotional learning. Our guiding principle is that we are teachers first, programmers second. CodeFu instructors are chosen for their ability to teach young students, not strictly for their skills as expert coders.
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- Intro to Coding (K-2nd Grade) - Tuesdays 5pm-6pm $300
- Robotics (K-3rd Grade) - Tuesdays 6pm-7pm $300
In this course, students will learn how to build games and tell digital stories using the application Scratch JR. Students will piece together sequences before executing to see the outcome. Students will begin by deciding on a story and objective then program each step using code blocks, to complete the animation or task. This course is intended to give new students a foundation to work from as these projects are designed to teach coding principles in a user-friendly environment. Join now to begin your journey in the computer sciences!
In this course, students will use robots to compose various images. These images are composed by creating sequences in the application. Students will program the robots using block-based coding to move forward-backwards and rotate around based on desired degree and position, creating shapes such as polygons, stars and triangles. Join now to become a robot master!
In this course, students will learn how to code custom mods in Java for the game Minecraft.
Specifically, students will work with Eclipse to build packages and code custom classes for modding. These mods include spawning custom and multiple items using commands in chat, creating a Dragon spawner, as well as coding the snowball to change into an arrow. Students will learn how to write custom functions, and declare variables in order to complete the mods in the Java programming language. Join now to become a Minecraft Commander!
In this course, students will learn how to code in the language of Python to create applications that run in the Repl terminal. Students will create 2d graphics-based games such as flappy bird and draw shapes with the turtle module. They will learn how to code variables if statements and
run loops to modify data as well as learn about importing modules and using custom library assets.
In this course, students will learn how to build games and tell digital stories using the application Scratch. Students will piece together sequences before executing to see the outcome. Students
will begin by deciding on a story and objective then program each step using code blocks, to complete the animation or task.