Kids digital workshops @ MAAS Mini Lab - Information & Cultural Exchange

Kids digital workshops @ MAAS Mini Lab

Summer School Holidays Program

Perfect for inquisitive girls and boys who want to create code, make YouTube videos, learn game design, explore computer science and more.

Kids can get creative with robots, coding, Minecraft, videos, and so much more. Whether you’re an expert or keen to try something new, we have loads of exciting full day or half day digital workshops on offer at the MAAS Mini Labs.
Workshops start as low as $22, MAAS Members save 10%

All Booking Enquires please call 02 9217 0222

Starting from Scratch (ages 7 – 11)
8 January 2018, 10am – 4pm
Learn the basics of Scratch, a visual coding language developed by MIT. Discover how differed physical components can connect to Scratch software to develop and play classic arcade games.
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Jump into Minecraft (ages 7 – 11)
9 January, 10am – 12pm
Learn the secrets of Minecraft multiplayer! With an emphasis on communication, collaboration, delegation and sharing, this workshop is ideal for beginners.
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Jump into Scratch Movie Making (ages 7-11)
9 January & 18 January, 1pm – 3pm
Unleash your imagination and develop analytical skills to make movies with code!
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For Families: Scratch Game Design (ages 7 – Adult)
18 January, 10am – 12pm & 25 January, 1pm – 3pm
Discover the potential of Scratch and learn how to continue the creativity of Scratch at home.
Family workshops are designs to create conversations between parents and young learners in a shared environment.
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Masterclass in Game Design (Ages 9 – 12) 
24 January, 10am – 4pm
In this masterclass, learn about the basics of level creation, music, theming and more, by taking a functional but minimal game and making it your own.
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For Families: Electronic Design (ages 8 – Adult)
25 January, 10am – 12pm
Get an introduction to the world of physical computing where you use code to control electronic components such as lights and buzzers.
Family workshops are designed to create conversations between parents and young learners in a shared environment
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Full program details can be found HERE

We are often asked questions about the day-to-day for the workshops. Following are some of these questions and answers in the MAAS Mini Lab FAQs. If you have a question that is not listed, feel free to call the MAAS bookings team on (02) 9217 0222 or email: [email protected]
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