Summer Coding Camp: Video Games

Join this four-day series to create your own computer game from SCRATCH! Use CODE.ORG to learn the skills to turn your idea into a working game. In the last session of the week, share your work with your friends and the world at T.C.’s Arcade! As young people create with Scratch, they learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically–essential skills for life in the 21st century. Scratch is designed and maintained by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab.

Open to ages 10-18. Basic math and computer skills required. There will be six camps throughout the summer. The first will be at Main Library starting June 26th at 3:00pm. Additional locations and dates to be announced.

Call TechCentral at 216-623-2980 to learn more or register.

Main Library – June 26 – 29 (Studio 470)
Walz Branch – July 10-13
Langston Hughes Branch – July 17-20
Jefferson Branch – July 24-27
Hough Branch – July 31 – August 3
Harvard-Lee Branch – August 7 – 10