Yeaah today most of the ProCodeCG Kids learn some Arduino Basics 🙂
Lots of things going on in the class (like usual) 😉
And there were also parents tinkering with their own things too 😉
A group of happy parents! 🙂
We started to unbox our ProCodeCG Arduino Kits 🙂
And learned the about what is Arduino, and test the onboard LED on port 13 with Blink code 🙂
After that we connected the Arduino to the breadboard and light up a LED 🙂 This is the proud twins, Kevin and Michael showing their breadboard 😉
While for other kids, they were doing something else. Ardi was trying to teach Algodoo to some of other kids
While the others learned about how to connect the LED to the GND, and to the resistor that connects to the power supply.
But kids learned faster by looking at pics of the breadboard and the wiring 🙂
The kid with white shirt is Kevin, teaching Zahran (the kid with black jacket red stripes) and Faris (kid with blue shirt) how to make theirs work.
Then after Zahran made his LED worked
he helped Cinta to make hers 🙂 While on the background Yogi, Ozan and Tyo working on Minecraft puzzle 🙂
Jundy (kid with black jacket) helped Muhammad (kid with khaki pants) to compile and fix some errors 🙂
And now it works! Yay!
Cinta was very excited about this
She found interesting examples on the internet
And decided to make one by herself
She said she will do it at home. Okay Cinta we will check up on you on the next class!!!
Areli caught up very fast. He said he had watched some tutorials so he knew what he was doing 😀 okay Areli keep up the good work! 😉
This is Rezandra’s. He added one more LED.
Zahran was so into this thing 😀 He was so excited!
Look at Zahran’s face 😉 He obviously LOVE it 🙂
Clarence offered help to Areli 😉
And this is Faris’.
This tiny one, Awa is always being very helpful! He always helps to tidy up after the class!
Look at this cute soul!
Rezandra helped too, thanks!
We had some kids around after the class.
Fizhan, Zaki and Awa played together, looks so fun 😀 😀 😀
We’re going to have more fun on the next class!!! See you soon 🙂