Coding Lab® Presents: A Showcase of our student’s achievements from our coding classes. From creating games and mobile apps, to achieving an Olympiad award in less than six months after learning to code – who knows, your child could be next young talent!
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I drew every single character and building"This game is special because much time and effort had been spent to create it," says Javen Lim, 11, who won Best Game Design (Merit), at the Young Coders' Global Hackathon. His colourful Scratch game was meaningfully created during the COVID-19 pandemic with the aim of increasing awareness and educating children on being socially responsible and its importance. Kudos to Javen!
To show how much technology has improved"You’ll have to click very fast and use a lot of energy." Aspiring 11-year-old game designer Jun Min created Technology Clicker, a clicker game, with his knowledge of Scratch and programming. "It's also a good finger exercise," he added. A very well-crafted game indeed!
Preventing the spread of fake news"My project makes live news available from credible sources." 12-year-old Kieran skilfully coded his programme Covid-19 Daily Bulletin in the Young Coders' Global Hackathon 2020 and came out as Most Promising Young Coder. His programme makes use of real-time news from credible Singaporean and Japanese news sources.
Adding on to my drawing game"I decided to add on to a game that I made." 10-year-old Victoria created this game in our Advanced Computer Scientists - Python Turtle class (P21S - PyTu). She modified it to expand its features and allow users to draw different shapes, thickness, and colours. Who said that programming was just lines of code? You can get creative and draw too!
Helping people to budget10-year-old Isaac’s project is inspired by how economies have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. "This project helps you to plan your budget, by calculating your spending and earning." It integrates Math and programming as it calculates the user's savings and plots a graph to show how much one should save over time.
Promote creativity by drawing"My project is about expressing one's creativity through Python Turtle using features such as increasing and decreasing the PenSize, clearing the screen, putting stamps and changing colours to draw." 11-year-old Keian coded a project to encourage people to bring out their creative side and draw whatever they want.
A project to help me"I tend to lose track of time while coding or playing computer games. So, I came up with a Python Tkinter project to help me." 10-year-old Kyran’s Clockc program is pretty amazing - users can make use of its features for everyday use! How cool is it that the young aspiring software application developer coded something on his own to solve his problems?
Simplified Roulette ProgramWatch 11-year-old Dhanvin explain his simplified roulette program that he created at the end of Python Junior. Throughout his course, he got to make realistic programs such as this as he also got acquainted with Mathematics and Python programming.
Hear from our #KidsWhoCodeWe have more than 40 exciting courses in our award-winning MIT-inspired curriculum at Coding Lab. From apps to programs, Scratch games and animations, find out what they create in class! What do our students love about coding?
Catch the Balloon
Meet the youngest winner of the International Coding Showcase 2020, Alicia. The 8-year-old aspiring author created a fun game of moving colourful balloons with the use of cloud data! The only limit is your imagination when it comes to Scratch.
Explore the World of TechnologyCatch a glimpse of what goes on in our classes, from interactive boards to screen-free toys and much more, we go beyond what you think you know about coding – and we are always amazed by what our students can do with this experience! What will your child code today?
Star Wars Invaders"My project is about shooting tiefighters (from Star Wars), asteroids and bullets." 8-year-old Ahmed Naufal created this shooting game, which uses cloud variables, one month after he first started Scratch with us!
My groceries list project"It is a project of utility which can help you manage your shopping." Watch 7-year-old Wang Jun Wern present and explain his groceries list Scratch project and the codes behind it, which won him the Merit Award in the International Coding Showcase. There's so much that you can do with Scratch!
The Coding Lab® DifferenceCatch a sneak peek of our happy (and masked) students experiencing the joy of coding at our campuses!
Why kids love our LIVE Online ClassesHear from our students directly on why they enjoy our LIVE coding online lessons, #fromthecomfortofhome!
Award-Winning Online Coding ClassesOur e-learning includes LIVE video conferences with our tutors, online questions, and everything you need to fully understand the material.
Explore Our Junior Coders ProgrammeDo you think that preschoolers are too young to code? Here at Coding Lab, we believe that tiny hands can have mega minds! We encourage our little ones to explore and tinker with STEM, get hands-on with Montessori-inspired resources, and much more.
Hear from our students!We sit down with some of our dear students and ask them what they love about coding and what inspires them. These passionate and curious young minds are the reasons why we keep the fire burning to nurture future leaders in technology every day.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Sarah Go, 18, Scholarship Recipient (USA)Meet Sarah, our talented young coder. She's gotten an honourable mention at the National Olympiad in Informatics (NOI), volunteered with the community, and clinched a prestigious scholarship to study Computer Engineering in the USA.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Leah, 11, Methodist Girls' SchoolMeet 11-year-old Leah. As champion at the code::XtremeApps:: (CXA) 2019 National Hackathon (Junior Category) organised by IMDA, she shares with us her coding journey so far – and how she intends to take it further.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Josephine, 14, Raffles Girls SchoolMeet our talented student, Josephine, 14. A member of her school's Infocomm club, she started with Coding Lab in 2017, where she was first introduced to Python programming. She has since progressed upward and can now count programming in C++ as another skill under her belt.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Ziv, 13, Zhonghua Secondary SchoolMeet 13-year-old Ziv. A creative and fast learner, he picked up coding when he was 11 and hasn't looked back since. He was part of a team that won the code::XtremeApps:: (CXA) 2019 Hackathon (Junior Category) by IMDA and was in the Top 10 Finalists of the Young Coders Global Hackathon 2020.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Alicia, 16, Nanyang Girls' High SchoolMeet Alicia. At 16 years old and with just two years of coding, she came up with the novel idea of a program that would allow drivers to check the availability of public carparks – and breathed life into it in just two hours during her Data Analytics class.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Surya, 14, Raffles InstitutionSurya Nayar, 14, is no ordinary student. At his young age, he can count Python and C++ programming skills under his belt. This savvy student wrote his own stock rating algorithm after attending a Masterclass on Data Analytics with us.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Ian, 14, Hwa Chong InstitutionIntroducing Silver Plus, a facebook for the elderly created by our very own Ian, 14. The idea which was conceived and designed entirely by Ian, was to enable our elderly to engage with each other, make new friends, and even play games across their mobile phones.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Dylan, 12, NUS HighMeet Dylan, who was already programming in Python at the age of 11. An avid learner who has written solutions to problems that students typically encounter at the Pre-U level, he will be enrolling at NUS High in 2020.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Lauren Yeo, 14, Methodist Girls' School, (IB) ProgrammeMeet Lauren, the child music prodigy who, at the age of 9, sang at Carnegie Hall after winning 1st place at the American Protégé International Voice Competition in New York. Also a self-confessed Science nerd, and a member of her school Science Club and MENSA, Lauren is living proof that arts and science can go together.
Coding for kids - What do children learn?What does a quality Computer Science education entail? What do kids learn at Coding Class? How can this help them at school? Experience the joy and wonder of creation as our kids bring you through the experience of a coding class with Coding Lab. Regardless of ages 4 all the way to 18, there's never a dull moment!
A National Day ScratchJr Animation by preschoolers"Count on Me, Singapore" - How do we raise our Singapore Flag to move up continuously? Our 4-6 year olds learn to code with National Pride, belting out a familiar favourite.
我是小某某》第四集：小小编码员Our student, Jake was featured in #ALittleSomebody, by Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报. Congratulations to Jake and his cute family! We are glad his brother liked the game. Doing our part to train up our young coders to become future leaders in technology!
William and Joshua Teach Coding Part 2: Math and Reaction Time (Playing the Game)In this 2nd video, William tries out Joshua's game. Will he beat his score? Watch to find out. Also, meet our wacky bunch of kids! Jazzing up Saturday Afternoons at our Tinkering Garage class.
Joshua and William Teach Coding : Math and Reaction Time with Makey MakeyOur students, Joshua and William are back! This time, they are going to teach us how to code! In this video, Joshua takes us through his code, explaining how he programmed and designed his game, which measures the speed of reaction time, with variables that display key stats (Fastest Time, Average Time, Total TIme, and more).
Who is Faster? A 2-player battle with Makey MakeyWho has the faster reaction? Watch our 2 students, William and Joshua pit their skills against each other in this fun game coded by Joshua during one of our Tinkering Garage sessions. Using Play Doh and Makey Makey for the physical input, they must compete to hit the buzzer faster and earn enough points to win the game! Beware: Hitting the buzzer before the Go button shows will incur negative point penalties.
Learning how to code with a Train AdventureAs part of the Official Opening of the Bukit Panjang Library, we conducted a series of coding workshops for preschoolers. The theme, Train Adventures with Code provided loads of fun and entertainment as they learnt how to program their trains.
App Inventor Dec Holiday Camp 2016Ever wondered how much kids enjoy coding and what they learn during our App Inventor classes? Our young tech stars tell you more in this short clip below. Enjoy!
Coding with Pororo @ Pororo ParkExclusively at Pororo Park, make your favourite characters spin, twirl, hop or jump, or even do all 4 at once! Add your own music, backgrounds, and voila! your child’s very own Pororo story is formed.
A Cold ChristmasFeeling lonely on Christmas Day, she dozes off and dreams a beautiful but sad dream about The Little Match Girl. When she awakes, a wonderful surprise awaits her and she gets her dream Christmas. Watch this touching tale that will tug at your heart, as you experience the warmth and joy of the Christmas Spirit. Animation Drawn and Coded By: Chylene Ng, 12 years old Music Composed and Performed By: Su Yin Koh
Code x Tinker Camp!We provide high quality teaching with a challenging MIT inspired curriculum in a tech-immersive environment. Watch how our students learn with us in this exciting video.
Art x Coding Summer Surfing Camp ShowcaseOur 11-year-old student, Denzel brought his art masterpieces to life using code at our Summer Surfing Camp in June 2016. Try out his original 2-player game! In this exciting beach race, choose to be either a plane or a crab, then try to beat your friend by getting more points by touching the flower or the starfish first. Fastest fingers win! Try it here.
Nurturing Future Leaders In TechnologyEver wondered how much kids enjoy coding and what they learn during our classes? Our young tech stars say their piece in this short clip below. Enjoy!
Selamat Hari RayaSelamat Hari Raya to all families out there! Watch this excellent animation, done by our 11-year old student, Khair, which is inspired by his mother's traditional homemade cooking. It certainly brings back fond memories of yesteryear as we celebrate Hari Raya this year with our families! "This animation shows the atmosphere during Hari Raya Eve in the kampong. My mother used to tell me that when she was staying in the kampong to cook Chicken Rendang, she had to catch the chicken first before she could cook it. This is how I got my idea for the animation." Khair, 11 years old, Catholic High School (GEP)
I will tell my friends as I think they will enjoy it a lot"I would enjoy to come back for Beginner II as I like this program a lot. I will tell my friends as I think they will enjoy it a lot”, Avinash, Scratch Beginner I Programme, Coding Lab Singapore
It Will Help Me In My New School"It has been a pleasure in this coding class. I've met new friends and I learned alot. It will help me in my new School, UWC International", Max, Scratch Beginner I Programme, Coding Lab Singapore
The Impossible Maze Game by Avinash, 9-years oldWant to test your reaction speed? Try Avinash's challenging maze game which promise to frustrate even the most persistent. Hear Avinash demonstrate and explain how he developed the game.
Catch the Balls Game by Yan Liang, 11-years oldYanliang developed this augmented reality (AR) game which utilises the webcam - use your hand to catch the balls while avoiding the bomb.
Coding has a lot of Mathematics"Learned lots of new things… I used mindmaps… Coding has a lot of Mathematics. We think a lot", Tobias, Scratch Intermediate Programme, Coding Lab, Singapore
Clear the Maze by Alisya, 9 years-oldClear the maze with Alyssa as she takes you through her game which she developed with Scratch after attending the Scratch Beginners course with Coding Lab
I Learned Much More than I Know Before"After one week of this course, I feel that I learned much more than I know before”, Esther, Scratch Beginner I Programme, Singapore
Happy 51st Birthday, Singapore!As we enter the month of August, we prepare to celebrate Singapore's 51st Birthday. Singapore has one of the highest digital penetration in the world, and our young continue to inspire us with their creative spirit. Watch this National Day animation and game by 9-year-old Xavier Lim, one of our Beginner II students, who got inspired after he attended the National Day Parade preview last Saturday. Happy 51st Birthday, Singapore!
I met new friends and I learned a lot"It has been a pleasure in this coding class. I met new friends and I learned a lot. It will help me in my new School, UWC International", Max, 9 years old, Singapore
Gotham City: No Man's Land by Tobias, 9-years oldTake a look at this video featuring our young 9 year old Batman fan, Tobias, who came up with his very own game after only 5 days of coding at our March camp. Join him in shooting down umbrellas from the evil Penguin, and you can even explore a miniature version of Gotham city on this map.
Bat out of a Bat by Jake, 8-years oldFollow Jake as he brings you through Bat out of a Bat, featuring a giant bat which shoots out miniature bats at an object which grows bigger, and then starts to move haphazardly after it reaches a certain size. Follow him as he brings you through his lines of code to make all these happen. With cool music in the background to boot, this game will certainly bring lots of fun to aspiring sharp shooters!
It was very fun and I learnt a lot of new stuff"I enjoyed the class, it was very fun and I learnt a lot of new stuff... I will recommend this course to my friends..”, Tobias, 9 years old, Singapore March 2016 Holiday Programme
I can get a head start on Algebra"I think it is very useful in school as I can get a head start on Algebra on coordinates… which I'm not supposed to learn now. I'm supposed to learn it in P6 I guess..”, Jake, 8 years old, Singapore March 2016 Holiday Programme
lol-2 - a Medieval Fantasy by Ethan, 11 Years OldCome along with Ethan on a military fantasy mission, where you control a helicopter, capable of shooting arrows to vanquish ghosts and dragons amidst a medieval backdrop. Defeat the Lion King if you are able!
It is Important to Teach Them to Solve Problems"They enjoyed the course so much. And I think it is important to teach them (the children) how to analyse and solve problems”, Mrs Chan, mother of two students
They teach you step-by-step"It is really great. You learn how to code games and they teach you step-by-step”, Tiara, Perth Australia holiday programme
Pillow Power GameTiara, our participant of Jan Perth holiday coding camp for beginners, developed this graphic adventure game, Pillow Power during the 3-hour Hackathon on the last day of our program. Try her game here.
I [now] understand pretty much what every [Scratch] block does“I did it in school... and I tried [Scratch] a few times at home but I never really understood it. [After the workshop] I understand pretty much what every [Scratch] block does”, Flynn, Perth Australia holiday computer programming for children
This Little PlatformerFlynn, our participant of Jan Perth holiday coding camp for beginners, developed this RPG game, This Little Platformer during the 3-hour Hackathon on the last day of our program. Try the game here.
Collect the Apples GameAt the end of day 2, Flynn developed this simple but very fun "Collect the Apples" game. You can play this game here.
I'll definitely recommend it to my friends"The programme was really good … I’ll definitely recommend it to my friends”, Issac Mitchener, Perth, Australia holiday coding for children programme
Basic Survival GameIsaac, our participant of Jan Perth holiday coding camp for beginners, developed this action game, Basic Survival, during the 3-hour Hackathon on the last day of our program. Try the game on Scratch here
Programme is really useful“.. the programme is really useful… will definitely come back for the intermediate class”, Lachlan, Perth Australia computer coding and programming for Kids Holiday Camp
It was fun and I learned a lot"It was fun and I learned a lot - how to make computer games... I will definitely tell my friends to come", Cameron, Coding for Kids Holiday Camp, Perth Australia