Game Coding Program at Paul Revere – now part of the SUMMER BRIDGE!
Have you ever wondered how video games are made? Are you curious about the tech which allow the creation of animated virtual worlds? Do you think about the rules of a game in terms of game design and how tech is molded to make them happen?
Then these 3 classes are for you! We will examine various games like Fortnite, Fallout, Destiny, Phantom Forces, Slither.io, Jurassic World and more. We will outline their design and expose the many pieces of tech that make them. Coding is done along the way to illustrate concepts discussed.
Each class is different and standalone so no need to take them in order or worry about starting late.
Session #1: July 16 – July 20 (7:55am – 12:00pm) $350 — *Sign up for Sports Mania Camp (12-3pm!)
Session #2: July 23 – July 27 (7:55am – 12:00pm) $350 — *Sign up for Sports Mania Camp (12-3pm!)
Session #3: July 30 – August 3 (7:55am – 12:00pm) $350 — *Sign up for Sports Mania Camp (12-3pm!)
For more info Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
8:00am – 10:00am: Video Game analysis and coding
10:00am – 10:20am: Break/Snack
10:20am – 12:00pm: Video Game analysis and coding
12:00pm: Pick Up – *or transition to SPORTS MANIA!
Special note: For those 5th graders or new incoming students out there, We encourage parents to take advantage of the excellent opportunity for you and your child to explore the Paul Revere campus, prevent summer slide and gear up for middle school! Challenge yourself this summer and immerse yourself in the school culture at Paul Revere MS before the school year even starts! Get your child up to speed with 21st century coding and programming techniques! By learning basic coding techniques in a fun, safe environment they will be able to progress to Video game development, Animation, and App building. This summer enrichment program set is designed to prepare students for the rigors of middle school, and also familiarize them with the layout of the school. This summer program will help improve their organizational skills, help make new friends, and so much more. Don’t miss this great opportunity- Limited space is available!!! Give your child a head start on the next three years by signing up for a technology session today!
Cost of Week : $350.00
*After Care Available- everyday – $100 per family (to 5pm!)
*Hot Lunch Available – Mon, Wed, Fri – from Pinnoccio’s Cucina! ($8ea)
Address: Paul Revere MS. 1450 Allenford Ave. Los Angeles CA 90049.
SmarterKidsCode Director – Richard Brous
Richard has partnered with Sports Mania Camp for the last two summers to teach fun filled, yet educational classes around coding and technology.
He earned his computer science degree from LMU and is a veteran of DreamWorks Feature and TV Animation and Electronic Arts – Los Angeles, with credits on many popular video game titles.
Richard also currently teaches 3 coding classes for PEP, the after school program at Paul Revere. He is finishing up his second year with PEP, having taught 150 kids so far! He lives in Pacific Palisades with his wife and two sons.
Richard’s passion for programming and desire is to share this extraordinary skill and way of thinking with kids. “I hope to inspire them to begin their own coding journeys and adventures.” Richard recently was quoted saying for a Palisades Post feature article. Give your Child the head-start they deserve by learning to code and explore technology with RICHARD BROUS and SmarterKidsCode!
What To Expect
Are your kids crazy for Coding and Technology?
The SmarterKidsCode curriculum of coding, animation, and game creation is just what you and your kids are looking for! These skills are important to know as kids grow older in our technology heavy world, to enable any digital pursuit.
Programming has become mainstream, and kids are excited about it!
SmarterKidsCode believes that kids can and should learn the fundamentals of coding and technology at a younger age. Early introduction facilitates the benefits of creative, logic and problem-solving skills.
We can help your child get a head start! Our mission is to help kids develop computational problem solving skills – which require logic and creativity – then apply that thinking into writing code. All the while demystifying the technology they interact with every day.
We believe that developing this way of thinking sets the foundation for more advanced learning, which then allows kids to springboard into different and more complex technical activities.