Classes start Tuesday, September 8 2020!
The staff at KidsKode has been working hard to adjust our teaching workshops and focus on helping parents navigate the new reality of Distance Learning. We have partnered with Studio 35 Theater in Clintonville & Grandview Theater in Grandview Heights to provide in-person, small group classes where parents can drop their kids off for 3-hour learning sessions. Full Day option also available.
KidsKode educational staff will guide your child through their online learning and also provide exciting hands-on STEM-related activities each day.
- small group pods – maximum 15 students per group
- guidance through curriculum from a KidsKode instructor
- age appropriate STEM activities (K-2 / 3 - 5)
- socialization, new friends, exciting activities
- parent reports to help you gauge learning accomplishments
- adherence to Covid-19 safety protocols
- the theaters are closed to the public when students are in attendance
Instructors will follow each child's school district curriculum as provided. Devices are required (we have a limited supply of laptops and iPads that can be utilized for an additional fee). Children will need to bring a snack and water bottle (packed lunch for full day classes.)
Maximum capacity is 15 students per group. Enrollment is based on 1st come 1st serve. Masks or face shields and temperature checks will be required. Parent drop-off and pick-up will be outside/curbside.
Premium STEM Classes will be available for an additional $15 per class. These include: Lego WeDo Robotics, Lego Mindstorm Robotics, OzoBot Robotics, Rocketry, Fun Formulas (slime and such), Strong Structures (building & engineering). Each of these classes will occur once per week for 4 weeks. Free STEM activities will also be provided.
KidsKode & STEAMbuilding
The minds behind Kidskode, which helps generate activities that support standards in math and science and develop engineering tasks designed for this specific age group, recognizes that to be successful in technical fields, individuals must also be creative and use critical thinking skills which are best developed through exposure to the arts. The program also emphasizes the importance of building strong relationships through collaboration and teamwork.