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Create with SCRATCH!

Are you interested in creating your own interactive art, animated stories, or games? In this class you will create original programming projects using SCRATCH software.  Developed at MIT, SCRATCH is a highly-visual programming language developed specifically for beginners to create almost any idea imaginable!

This class will be led by Computer Science students from The University of Wisconsin-Madison as part of a service-learning course.
When: Sundays from 1-2:30, 9 sessions starting on September 23rd

AgeRange:  9 – 13 years

Fees:

  • Members – $35/child
  • Non-members – $45/child
  • Family access members – $25/child
  • Class fees include admission to the museum each week. Parents may accompany child to the class or stay in the building to visit exhibits with a younger sibling.

Registration: Erin Hoag, 256-6445 ext. 156, registration@madisonchildrensmsueum.org

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