Coding for Homeschoolers

Western Australia

Overview

As we know that you, as a homeschooling family, are always on the lookout for resources that will enhance your kids' educations, we are offering you an educational program teaches your kids coding and robotics.

  • Early-Reader Coding Course (Ages 5-7)
  • Coding Basics & Computer Game Development Course
  • Robotics & Electronics Course
  • Advanced Game Development Course
  • Mobile App Development Course
  • Drone Programming Course
  • Age Groups:
    5-7 Years Old
    7-12 Years Old
  • Class Size:
    8-12 Students
  • Course Pricing:
    $200 + GST per Student
  • Course Structure:
    3 Sessions, 10 am - 2 pm
    OR 2 Sessions, 9 am - 3 pm
  • Locations:
    Perth, Mandurah, Bunbury, Busselton, Harvey, Margaret river
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How to Enroll Your Child to a Class?

Courses

  • $200 / Student
    Coding Basics & Computer Game Development
    Students will learn how to create computer programs to solve problems and develop computer games. Students will have an exciting and engaging experience while learning computer science principles like loops, conditional statements, variables and many others.

    Course: 12 Hours

  • $200 / Student
    Robotics
    Students will learn to assemble a robot (mBot) and creating simple programs to control the robot. Visual Programming software is used to help students understand computer science principles. Also, they will experiment with reading data from the robot sensors and develop programs to control robot action and activation of lights, motors, buzzer, line tracker, etc.

    Course: 12 Hours

  • $200 / Student
    Advanced Game Development
    Students will take their skills to the next level,learning advanced game development skills to create different awesome games.
    This course, in particular, offers many opportunities to develop higher order thinking skills like understanding and applying systems thinking, creative problem solving, storytelling, programming and collaborating with others.

    Course: 12 Hours

  • $200 / Student
    Mobile App Development
    Students will learn how to design and develop Android applications as inclusive and straightforward as possible, so kids can bring their ideas to life. Even students with a non-technical background are empowered to create apps and games with ease using Visual Programming interface.

    Course: 12 Hours

  • $200 / Student
    Early-Reader Coding Course (Ages 5-7)
    This program is designed for students aged 5 to 7 years old, who are early readers. Students will learn computer science basics that will help them to create computer and robot programs. By the end of this program, students will create their very own custom computer game, interactive story and a robot program.

    Course: 12 Hours

  • $60 / Student
    Drone Programming
    Students will learn how to design and develop Android applications as inclusive and straightforward as possible, so kids can bring their ideas to life. Even students with a non-technical background are empowered to create apps and games with ease using Visual Programming interface.

    Course: 4 Hours

Who we are?

Little Coder team has long experience in teaching computer science. We work with schools in WA to introduce computer science basics in a format that's fun and accessible to the youngest learners. All of our instructors have Working With Children Check (WWCC).
If you still have questions, please call us 0412 712 142 or email us: [email protected]

Why is coding important?

Code powers our digital world. Every website, smartphone app, computer programme, calculator and even microwave relies on code in order to operate. This makes coders the architects and builders of the digital age.
Over the next 10 years, it is estimated that there will be 1.4 million jobs in computer sciences and only around 400,000 graduates qualified to do them.
Jobs not directly linked to computer sciences - such as banking, medicine and journalism - will also be affected by the need for at least an understanding of programming and coding.
Coding is not only something that could lead to a career or business later in life, but we have found that learning basic coding is a great avenue for learning logic, critical thinking, and how to use patterns and processes to achieve the desired outcome.