Making Goûter: Alice in Coding Land
Flux Laboratory is happy to welcome a new Making-Goûter on Saturdays November 3rd (FULL) and December 1st, 2018, from 2pm to 5pm.
Come and discover the world of programming through the story of Alice in Wonderland. This time around, Kidimake has prepared a technological journey between the worlds of Alice in Wonderland and Alice in Coding land.
By using a little programable electronic component called Micro:Bit, some cardboard boxes, glue and scissors, the parent-child duos will give life to Lewis Carroll’s imaginary world by building three magical objects: the Mad Hatter, the Ace of Hearts and the Doorbell. Programming will make the way those objects function real, but this will only be the beginning… with coding, creative opportunities are endless!
Book your tickets as soon as possible!
Dates: Saturday November 3 (FULL) or December 1, 2018 from 2pm to 5pm
Location: Flux Laboratory, Rue Jacques-Dalphin 10, 1227 Carouge.
Sign up by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention your preferred date, the child's name and age, as well as the parent’s name.
Parent-child workshop 8-12 years | Beginner level, no prior programming knowledge is necessary.
Participation fee: CHF 20.- per person (child or adult).
Material to bring (in pairs): a laptop or tablet. The programmable Micro: Bit electronic component will be supplied and available to purchase at the end of the workshop for CHF 25.