Scratch is an educational programming language that was developed by Lifelong Kindergarten group, led by Professor Mitchel Resnick, at the MIT Media Lab. According to Professor Resnick, "As young people create scratch projects they are not just learning to write computer programs. They are learning to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively – essential skills for success in today's world."
YoungWonks Scratch Programming Class for Kids and Teens focuses on making sure children understand the foundational computer programming (coding) concepts such as sequencing, branching, looping and variables. Kids are graduated to the real programming language (Python Programming) when they understand the above mentioned computer science concepts.
Kids complete projects in class and do assignments at home. Our 4:1 student to teacher ratio makes sure that every student gets individual attention to understand the programming concept and is able to complete the project.
Completion of this program gives a very good foundation to start the YoungWonks Python Programming program.