MIT GAME DEVELOPMENT
MIT Game Development ( Grade 3-5 )
Length: 6 weeks / 18 hours
Developed in 2003 by the MIT Media Lab, the Scratch computer language used in this class is specifically designed for kids ages 7 to 16. In this class students will create animations and games using the Scratch computer language developed by MIT specifically to teach computer programming to kids. Our MIT Game Development class allows for students to learn all the major computer programming terms and concepts through block programming. The students make animations and games to learn terminology like variables, string processing, loops, and more.