Making coding simple! 1st - 4th Grade!

Algo Play

  • 18 Weekly Lessons

  • 60 Minutes

  • $595

About Course

Young Engineers believes in teaching through the Spiral Learning Technique. In this method, each enrichment program builds on the previous program’s curriculum. In addition, we always encourage newcomers and reteach lessons to make sure all students are up to speed.

With the tangible coding language of Algobrix®, students begin by constructing a building block model, then create various lines of code using function & Parameter blocks. Finally, by pressing the Play block, the robot will perform the coding sequence.

By matching function and parameter blocks together, the child creates a command for the robot. For example, moving it forward or turning on a red light. By putting the blocks together one after the other, it creates a code that the model will execute.

In each lesson, the student will perform high level programming tasks such as Algorithm planning, Functions & Parameters, Conditioning, Loops, Multithreading, Debugging, Race Condition, sensor applications and more. AlgoPlay equips students with the professional skills necessary for understanding the logic behind almost any coding language that exists today.

AlgoPlay program objectives

  • Discover coding and machinery engineering
  • Get familiar with software engineering terminology
  • Introduction to algorithmic thinking
  • Encourage problem-solving
  • Develop creativity and critical thinking

AlgoPlay building model themes:​

  • Gadgets and games
  • Amusement park rides
  • Various types of transportation machines
  • Modern robots to execute common tasks

Algo Play 1

Period Day Time Register
September 14-Feb 1 Monday 4:30 - 6pm
September 16 - Jan 27 Wednesday 4:30 - 6pm
September 18 - February 12 Friday 2:30 - 4pm
September 19 - February 13 Saturday 1 - 2:30pm