September School Holiday Camp 2020
Learn Coding through creating your Flappy Bird Game!
With the school holidays approaching, are you looking for programmes to ensure a productive and enriching holiday for your child?
Grab this opportunity to expose your child to the highly in-demand Coding and Robotics lesson this coming holiday in our 2 days September Holiday Camp!
Students will be introduced to an eye-opening experience in the world of technology and engaged in fun and enriching activities, i.e designing and creating their own animated Flabby Bird game!
Flappy Day 1
Students will create their own version of Flabby Bird by customizing their own sounds, backgrounds, characters, platform and background. They will also learn how to code a timer for their game.
In this session they will also focus on their main character and get to learn physics and programming concepts such as gravity, random, loops to make their Flabby Bird fly.
Flappy Day 2
This session allows students to understand how conditions are used in a fun manner. Using this concept, they would learn how to program obstacles (i.e. pipes) to appear randomly and to end the game when the flabby bird collides with them.
Students can use their own imagination by making the Flabby Bird disappear with animations and sound effects.
At the end of the session, students are required to present their game among their fellow classmates and critic on their game so that they can further improve on the ideas/feedback provided. This will help them understand the essence of game testing.
Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Cultural Academy
5 Sennett Road,
Date & Time
10th to 11th September 2020 (Thursday and Friday)
2 days program
2.00 pm – 6.00 pm
7 to 12 year-old
suitable for primary one to six
(Inclusive of GST and material fees)
Sign up by 7 September 2020 to enjoy $20 discount.
To sign up, simply submit your details in the contact box.
For further information, please contact us at 6589 9500 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This programme is delivered in collaboration with The Lab and comprises the use of predictive data analytics and educational psychology to develop a customized Coding curriculum for students.