March. The month of school holidays and Easter break, where you can travel, explore or go on family activities… but as it all flies by so quickly, why not make the most of it? The team here at Coding Lab has put together fun tech-tivities that you and your kiddos can do together!

Magical Shores at Sentosa

Experience Singapore’s first beach light attraction, where art is produced in real-time by tracking and recording data of the wind speed and people’s movements. It’s sure to intrigue your budding tech kiddos to think of how such real-time art is produced with the power of technology, as well as for everyone to revel in the FREE multi-sensory experience of lights and sounds, with various different acts – each with its own charm and beauty.

Magical Shores at Sentosa

Details:
From 23 January 2020, Daily*
(subject to weather conditions)
7.30pm – 10.30pm
Siloso Beach, Sentosa
FREE

For more details, click here.


Home-Based E-Learning

If you’re looking to stay indoors this school holidays, why not try out our Home-Based E-Learning classes for just $10? Let your child learn the basics of programming games and animations with Scratch or pick up one of the most versatile and popular programming languages, Python, from your living room or their own bedroom. They’ll get to learn directly from one of our passionate tutors, while maximising their time by picking up a 21st century skill!

E-Learning (7-18)

Details:
From 29 February 2020 – 5 March 2020
Various dates and timings available
From your own home!
At only $10

To sign up and for more details, click here.


We’re also having a special online Easter coding workshop for two hours, at only $10! You and your child are more than welcomed to join us in programming a bunny to go on an egg hunt and to decorate the Easter eggs, in true Easter fashion. Don’t fret, our usual March Holidays and Easter break camps for the age groups of 7-9, 10-12 and 13-18 are still ongoing, if face-to-face classes are preferred!

If you haven’t checked out our February techtivities at the ArtScience Museum, it’s still open (until 29 March for Disney: Magic of Animation and 5 April for 2219: Futures Imagined)!