Coding Card Game


ABOUT

STEP Programme


Hey Kids! Your favourite coding workshop is back!

After last year’s success, we are bringing back the Coding Card Game for you.

The workshop will be using the Honeydew Hacker, a locally-curated card game, teach fundamental coding and programming concepts in a juicier way, unplugged without a screen. Set in the context of an old Honeydew Hacker who is passing down his throne to ONE successor, each player in the game will take on the role of a fruit hacker to survive the cyberwar. The last one standing will be the chosen one.

The idea is to get children to learn programming concepts in a fun way as they take the turn to arrange “codes” to perform actions on other fruits while trying to survive the threat of a computer virus.

This workshop is perfect for those who think coding is too hard to learn. The simplified card game will make it easier for you to grasp the basics of coding/programming. The best part is, you will also be having fun at the same time!

Do not miss your chance. Sign up now!

 

And Parents…! While your kids are busy learning enjoying playing the card game, why don’t you learn something beneficial as well?

 

Parenting With Confidence 2020

We will be having the following programme, at the same time as the Coding Card Game programme, for you. You can sign up for it while registering your child for the programme.

When raising a child, parents usually go through a roller-coaster ride which can be filled with dilemmas and conflicting emotions – contentment and resentment, joy and anxiety, and sometimes even anger. How do you support your child’s well-being and development?

Join our parenting workshop series that aims to equip you with the essential tools and techniques that you need to raise independent and resourceful children. Learn how to better understand your kids and your own parenting style while being an effective and communicative parent to your child every step of the way. They would serve to empower you to communicate effectively with your children and to build on relationships.


PROGRAMME

Details


Date:
Saturday, 7 March 2020

Time:
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
(Light refreshments will be provided for participants)

Venue:
SINDA
1 Beatty Rd,
Singapore 209943

 

Limited slots are available!
Registration will be on a first come first serve basis!



FEE

Structure


Fees for this programme will be fully subsidised.



STUDENT

Eligibility


Age: 10 – 12 years old (Primary 4 to 6)

Indian Singaporeans / Permanent Residents only

Per Capita Income: $1000 or below



CONTACT

Person


Mr Sathia / Ms Harshini
For more information, please contact: 1800 295 3333 or email: queries@sinda.org.sg


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