Coding for Kids Part 1

Scratch programming


Created by Gabriel Sarpong Dadzie Last Updated December 2, 2021 12:15 PM

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What's Included

  • 34 Lectures
  • 3 Assignments
  • 6 downloadable resources
  • Access on tablet and phone
  • Certificate of completion


What you'll learn

  • - How to Create their first program in Scratch
  • - How to Create Variables and if-else Statements
  • - How to Create Programs using Operators
  • - How to Design and Animate Sprites
  • - Experiment and Explore how to build creativity and confidence

Course Curriculum

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34 Lectures



  • Scratch based coding making it ideal for beginners with little to no coding experience


Scratch is a free block-based programming tool targeted primarily at children. Using a visual programming approach, users can code interactive stories, games and animations and share their creations through an online community. Developed as a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab, the tool helps young people to apply creativity, reasoning and logic while working on collaborative projects.

This activity kit introduces Scratch to elementary school children. You don’t have to be a developer to lead this activity – just need to be curious and enthusiastic about introducing children to the possibilities with programming.


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Gabriel Sarpong Dadzie

Technical Trainer / Academic Head - Takoradi Campus
A graduate with a BSc. Mathematics and Statistics, and a Certified Desktop and Network Administrator, Certified Python Programmer, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning student, Certified MS Analyst with Power BI
13 years as a Computer Professional, including 9 years as a Statistician and Mathematics
Proven experience in network/hardware/operating system troubleshooting, PC assembly, system integration, technical support, and customer service helpdesk
Proven experience in troubleshooting iOS and Android devices