Voting will end on Friday, 15 January 2021 (SGT 1800 / JST 1900).
Place your votes by then!

Here’s what you have to do to vote:
Step 1. Like 👍 Coding Lab Singapore’s Facebook page
Step 2. Navigate the category’s playlist to the student’s video
Step 3. Like 👍 the participant’s video

Bonus Points! (Optional)
Bonus +1 vote: Subscribe to our YouTube page, like 👍 the participant’s video
Bonus +1 vote: Like 👍 Coding Lab Japan’s Facebook page, then navigate the playlist and like 👍 the participant’s video

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Who will clinch the Most Popular awards? Get voting!

See the detailed steps for voting below 👇

Step 1. Like our Facebook pages and Subscribe to our channel 👍
Step 2. Navigate the category's playlist to the student's video

Step 2. Navigate the category’s playlist to the student’s video

Singapore Facebook PlaylistJapan Facebook PlaylistYouTube Playlist
Ages 7 to 9 (Scratch)Vote hereVote hereVote here
Ages 10 to 12 (Scratch)Vote hereVote hereVote here
Ages 10 to 12 (Python)Vote hereVote hereVote here
Ages 13 to 18 (Python and Electives)Vote hereVote hereVote here
Step 3. Like the individual videos 👍

Step 3. Like the individual videos 👍

Find the individual’s video in the playlist and give it a LIKE 👍!

Frequently Asked Questions

How are social media votes calculated?

Total Social Media Votes*

= likes on Coding Lab Singapore’s Facebook + likes on Coding Lab Japan’s Facebook + likes on YouTube video
*Like and subscribe to our pages to be considered a valid vote

What are the rubrics?
  • Coding & Originality of Project
  • Video Presentation
  • Creativity
  • Usability of Project
  • Social Media Votes (Number of likes across all three platforms – Facebooks of Coding Lab SingaporeJapan and YouTube*)
    *Like and subscribe to our pages to be considered a valid vote

What prizes are there? Are the winners decided only on the number of votes?

1st Place, Most Popular, Most Innovative and Best Presentation

Note: The Most Popular award is solely based on votes. While judges will grade based on the codes, votes do contribute to the final scores too.

How do I know how many votes my child has?

Simply tally the votes on their three individual videos to have an idea! Check out who liked the video, and invite those who haven’t liked the page to do so.