Rose Hulman Kids Camp 2021Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is hosting free online Connecting with Code computer programming camps this summer for youths wanting to have fun while learning about computing, robotics and creating their own games.

A course June 21-25 will introduce Scratch game design to children in kindergarten through third. An advanced Scratch game design course June 28 to July 2 is for children in grades 4-8.

Session participants will receive emails with daily instructional videos created by Rose-Human professors. They also will receive Scratch software and materials along with having the opportunity to receive help through Zoom meetings with Rose-Hulman student mentors.

“Each day we will showcase a new game that we build together in a video and we’ll give kids an assignment for additional features they can add. It’s a great way to start coding,” says camp organizer David Fisher, professor of computer science, software engineering and mechanical engineering.

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Rose-Hulman’s camps are part of the national Connecting with Code program that strives to get young people excited about code and connecting them with online programming resources. This is the second year that instruction has been online. More than 4,500 children participated in last year’s camp activities.

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