HAVE FUN LEARNING TO CODE
We Will Teach You the Basics of Web Development in 2 Free Classes to Get You Started
Learn By Building Your Own Projects Code at your own pace from home with a live instructor to guide you
Sign Up For FREE Classes The first 4 projects / 2 live classes are FREE
HOW IT WORKS
Get Started With Free Online Classes Meet your instructors to get familiar with the learning environment and start your 1st projects
CodeCampKidz is an online self-paced mentoring program that enables experienced coders to work with young learners in real time using free Zoom Video Conferencing Software. We will take you on a tour through various programming languages and toolkits, connecting the dots and showing you how it all works together. After your first class you can work on your projects when you want or join us and work with an instructor in real time. Audio capability is required, sharing your video is optional.
Build Your Own Projects Pick up where you left off and work your way through the project catalog one project at a time.
HTML & CSS Basics
8 - 10 sessions to complete
Responsive Layouts with Bootstrap JS
10 - 15 sessions to complete
15+ sessions to complete
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The Full Project Catalog
Proven Fun & Achievable Learning Experience We taught at the Microsoft Stores for years. Now we bring the same program home to you online.
Your Own Space Show your projects to the world. We provide the hosting for free.
CodeCampKidz Is Making a Difference! Here's what Mom & Dad have to say ...
CodeCampKidz has been running for 5 years now. Our original kids are in high school. Here's what Mom & Dad have to say. Click HERE for a range of examples in the student showcase.
Just confirming last class for the boys tomorrow after school….they loved it. A few, including my William, signed up for computer science electives for 9th grade so you certainly inspired them! Wish we had more time for next level but Spring sports are upon us!
Thank you for your follow up. Angie enjoyed your classes, so this summer I taught her Scratch and Python. She just started High School, and is now in a programming club.
I think your enthusiasm helped her become more interested in programming.