11/26 (Sun) is Girls Programming Day for K–6th graders!
We’ll be holding a Girls Programming Day event for K–6th grade girls on 11/26 (Sun) at TECH PARK!
At our various TECH PARK trial lessons and events, we often get asked questions like, "Do any girls attend? Isn't it just boys?"
With those concerns in mind, we held a Girls Programming Day event in July. This event was a big success, and girls made up 40% of the students at Summer School this year. We want more and more girls to master using computers!
“I love computers, games, and robots, and I even like making things by myself.” We planned this event to encourage even one more girl like that to come try out programming. We hope this event can be the chance for more girls to try out using computers.
Make an aquarium together! (Lower-Elementary)
Use the visual programming language Viscuit to make an aquarium! Draw your own pictures and move them. By combining those two steps, we can make a finished product together. We’ll create an aquarium together, and you can also make your own creation.
*We also have other activities ready for those who aren’t used to using a computer yet
Floral pattern animations! (Upper-Elementary)
Try making a floral pattern animation using Viscuit! Upper-elementary students will combine multiple illustrations with rules to make animations of blooming flowers. If you’ve got enough time, you can change the drawing to make them even more beautiful.
Sorry, this event has ended.