Girls Summer Coding Camp

This camp will teach students how to code to hardware using a  Microbit microprocessor, work together as a team, and present their final project at the end of the camp to their parents. This camp will not only teach students how to code, but it will also help students learn how to communicate with their teammates as well as presentation skills. 

The teams will choose and pick a project to code to the board. This could be a game (tic tac toe, guess the number, etc), temperature sensor, LED display pattern, etc. 

Links to the Microbit:–the-bbc-microbit-which-language.html

Grade/Age Range: 
5th-9th grade, 11-15 years age 

Potential Dates: 
July 22-27th (1 or 2 day camps) 
August 5-10th (1 or 2 day camps)

Potential Times: 
1 day camp: 8 hours (including lunch break)
2 day camp: 4 hours per day 

Tentative Price Range: 
$90-120 per student (including lab supplies)

My house in Saratoga


If you are interested, I would greatly appreciate if the form is filled out by this Friday, June 14th! Feel free to forward this to anyone else interested in the camp. 🙂

Interest Form:

Class will be taught by Jaclyn Shimada.