Friday, September 28, 2012

PAST: KIDS: Family Scratch Club for Parents & Children at MLK Library 9th & G St NW this SAT, Sept 28th from 10:30am - 1:30pm, Free, RSVP please to ensure your space

Family Scratch Club at MLK Library in Chinatown
Saturday, September 28th
10:30am - 1:30pm
Free, please RSVP here
Class for Parent and Child to work together

Family Scratch Club is an opportunity for kids and caregivers to create interactive digital content as a team. Scratch is programming language created at the MIT Media Lab that involves the snapping together of digital Lego-like bricks to create animations, games, and stories. In this inter-generational workshop, you'll learn more about Scratch, explain how it works, then turn it over to you and your kids to design.

The class is for children and their parents/caregivers. Kids between the ages of 8 and 14 tend to be most comfortable with Scratch, although children as young as 5 can grasp the concepts. Each student must bring his/her own laptop. Parents, please register online and also send an email to to let them know the number of children you’ll be bringing. No more than two kids per parent, please.

Martin Luther King Jr. Library
901 G St, NW
Metro: Gallery Place- Chinatown

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