The last day of ProCodeCG Kids Coding Camp – Java Programming! 🙂
Today we finished our pie-shot-the banana-with-cherry code and start another one:
Flappy Bird in Greenfoot 🙂
It is a bit hard but most of the methods are just the same with the previous games we have created 🙂
We missed one student today, the others were still excited to pick up where we left yesterday 😉
Our captains (Zaki, Reza, Fizhan, Faris)
Lots of adults take a look at the screen when we do this and ask: “How could it be possible kids learning this?” 😀
Yes it is possible! This is Ara typing the code and later make sure the code is error free
This is Zaky, the youngest one in the class 🙂 He was very serious and always want to get things done. He just won’t stop until he finished. And he complained a lot about other kids playing the games instead of typing the code 😉
The kids sometimes play some games in between lines of code because they have to wait other kids to finish typing so when they have finished their part, they usually play games or watch YouTube. It is allowed as long as they finish their work.
But today’s code was very long, there was no time to play 😀
Each kid has to make sure they got everything right on every classes and methods
So Capt. Zaki was very busy navigating the screen 😀
We split the screen to accommodate more kids 🙂
Capt. Faris and Capt. Malik debugging Ronggur’s code
The good thing about coding is that it indirectly teaches kids about consistency and little details. That you have to do things properly and in order. That a single character can cause errors 😀
A view like this make us proud that we have young brains ready to defend the country 🙂
Capt. Malik helped Muhammad with the code
And we moved to Flappy Bird!
Capt. Malik explained the code, with Capt. Zaki as the screen operator 😉
And Capt. Fizhan took a video of interview with the Lead Captain for our coding camp promo video 😉
Our class from the outside 🙂 Looking good 🙂
Capt. Faris debug Dika’s code
Capt. Malik checked on every kid making sure they understand
Zaky is a very enthusiast programmer. He was closely under Capt. Malik’s assistance. Capt. Malik said that the code wasn’t difficult 😀 If an 8 yo like Zaky can comprehend it so should the rest of the class, he said 😀 😀 😀 Two young brightest minds! 🙂
Muhammad referring to Tyo’s work to make his code work
The class has always been fun!
But today is the last day and this is us with the certificates yaaay!!!
See you on Monday with Python Programming! 😉