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SCRATCH is a visual programming language that allows students to create their own interactive stories, games, and animations. As students design SCRATCH projects, they learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. We teach beginner to advanced programming games in SCRATCH.

GIMP (/ɡɪmp/ GHIMP; GNU Image Manipulation Program) is a graphics editor used for image manipulation (retouching) and image editing, free-form drawing, transcoding between different image file formats, and more specialized tasks. Students learn how to create marketing materials in this course.

Our 3D game development environment is designed to teach kids basic programming principles. The application allows creators to build the world’s terrain, populate it with characters and props, and then program their behaviors and game rules in a bespoke visual programming language.

WordPress is web publishing software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog. It is the easiest and most flexible blogging and website content management system (CMS) for beginners. We teach our students from beginner to advance web development skills.

zSpace simulates the perception of depth, another hallmark of AR and VR technologies. With depth, objects look much like they would in real 3D space, and this illusion further drives student engagement.

3D printing helps students understand the real-world process of product development and production, preparing them for the workforce. Rather than relying on concepts illustrated in textbooks, our students can print three-dimensional objects and explore them as they hold them in their hands.

3D Pens allow our students to effectively draw with plastic. They can work the plastic into just about any shape and apply it to most surfaces. We use 3D pens to add raised decorative designs to everyday objects.

Our Language Arts zone makes hands-on learning games in which players use objects in the real world to interact with the digital world shown on iPads. These games foster social-emotional skills like problem-solving, creativity, and perseverance.

Snap Circuits teaches basic engineering, electronics, and circuitry concepts by using building components with snaps to assemble electronic circuits on a simple “rows-and-columns” base grid. The resulting projects function like the printed circuit board found in most electronic products.

Our Advance Engineering Snap Circuits come with over 80 pieces to create over 750 different electronic projects. The pieces, which include snap wires, slide switches, resistors, an FM radio module, and a solar cell, snap together easily on the included plastic grid–no soldering used.


The Cricut Machine is a cutting machine – that’s the short answer – that allows you to cut and create beautiful and magnificent crafts utilizing all types of materials. Students develop their own clothing line with this machine.

Eye-hand coordination, color theory, design, and planning skills are all developed by embroidery. These skills easily build academic skills as well by improving fine motor skills, manual dexterity, and manipulative skills as well as a working understanding of art and life management skills.

Homemade soap is a great way to control the ingredients you put on your skin. Not to mention students can take pride in creating something everyone can use. Soap making is a life skill. Mastering the art of soap, cosmetics, and candle making is a perfect example of real-life chemistry.

Creating jewelry develops the students’ eye for detail. Arm and hand steadiness and control, plus finger dexterity are additional skills learned in this zone.  Students with artistic ability and knowledge develop a strong sense of integrity and honesty.

Creativity is an obvious skill but an extremely important skill gained from art education is observation skills and self-expression. Students learn how to focus, gain discipline skills and perseverance. Working in a group setting develops their collaboration skills and builds strong risk-taking skills needed to explore differences in art coloring.


Virtual Reality, or VR, is taking off in education. VR allows students to experience destinations from across the world without ever having to leave the classroom. This is what virtual reality education allows. Plus, it just PURE, CLEAN FUN!

K-12 Coders utilize the Xbox or PlayStation as a learning tool to introduce students to creating their own 3D games. Our Computer lab allows students to understand and develop the skills needed to create the instructions for their games.

At K-12 Coders, students in grades 6 through 12 have the opportunity to enhance their artwork, learned through Blender, by printing images with a 3D Resin Printer, adding a dynamic dimension to their creations.

Our Robotics Zone develops the students’ computational-thinking skills. These skills are needed to program the robotic. The language the Robot understands is based on the C programming language and concept. Our goal is to have Lego competitions between local schools and other K-12 Coders Campsites.

The Drone course offers an immersive coding experience, allowing enthusiasts to program flight paths and execute maneuvers with precision. With its intuitive interface and real-time feedback, this drone system provides a hands-on learning platform for coding and aerial robotics exploration. Each student receives a Drone after the course.


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