Creative Coders: Art & Storytelling in Scratch
Two one-week sessions
July 20–24, July 27–31 WAITLIST
9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Boys and girls, rising 3rd through rising 5th graders
What to bring: notebook, writing utensils
Arrival/dismissal zone: Red
Discover how to code while telling your very own stories! Campers will be introduced to a visual coding language called Scratch and taught the basics in order to bring their ideas to life on screen. Throughout the week, we will learn to create animations, interactive artwork, photograph filters, and more! This class combines innovation and technology to create projects that campers will love sharing with friends and family. A focus of the camp will be on collaboration, including three screen-free breaks throughout the day to get to know their fellow coders. Campers can continue to develop their project after camp is over with the free Scratch software.
Check out Coding Academy for older campers!
Teacher bio: Elizabeth Dipert has a B.A. in psychology and elementary education from William & Mary and currently teaches kindergarten in the Fairfax County Public Schools. She has spent the last three summers teaching technology courses and is happy to be returning to Landon Summer.
Fun fact: Elizabeth has an extensive magnet collection from all around the world. Last time she counted, she had over 100!