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START:CODE adds programming classes for elementary school kids

START:CODE just keeps growing. This fall, they’re adding a new class for 4th and 5th graders.

Students will create digital art projects, stories and games using Scratch, a simple programming language created at MIT, designed to be used by kids with no programming background.

Elementary labs are six-week sessions held on Tuesday afternoons and Saturday afternoons (you pick one or the other). Once a student completes the Elementary Lab, they can move into START:CODE’s Starter Lab, where they can learn additional programming languages.

Register now. Classes start Nov. 3, 2012.

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