Summer Camps

Coding Camp

Basic Information

CodeFu: Journey Camp ONLINE!

Date: August 10-14, 2020
Time: 3-4:00 p.m. 
Cost: $175/week
Grade Level: Rising 3rd-5th Grade

Requirement: Computer with strong internet connection. Many students have found it helpful to code on a separate device while attending the Zoom session. 
 
Monday
Students will create the "Hello World" program. Students will learn how to declare variables of different data types and print them in the terminal window.
 
Tuesday
Students will create a simple calculator which can  add or subtract two values then print the outcome to the terminal!  Students will be introduced to  math operations, the output function and if statements
 
Wednesday
Students will create a random fortune teller app generator! This application will ask the user to input their name, then print  random string of text using the users name. Students will learn how to build lists, make random choices  and concatenate strings with variables.
 
Thursday - Friday 
Students will create the game "Rock Paper Scissors" This project will reinforce the past lessons, as students will need to create variables, use output and print functions, define conditions and make random choices.
 
 
In order to receive a full refund on any summer class or camp, cancellations must be received no later than seven days before the class or camp starts.

About the Instructor

Founded in 2015 in the San Francisco, Bay Area, The Art of CodeFu was created with a unique combination of teachers with decades of experience in the classroom and top programmers in Silicon Valley integrating coding into subjects from PE to Science.
 
At CodeFu, we believe today’s children flourish best when given opportunities that include spending real-time with their long-time school friends while learning invaluable skills both on & off-screen.
Financial assistance is available for students receiving tuition assistance at Burke's. Please contact Ron Bannerman for more information.
Burke's mission is to educate, encourage and empower girls. Our school combines academic excellence with an appreciation for childhood so that students thrive as learners, develop a strong sense of self, contribute to community, and fulfill their potential, now and throughout life.

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