Let’s strive to do our best to have an Optimistic October while staying safe and healthy! Before we get started with the list of exciting tech-activities, here’s the #TechFact for this month – it’s got something we all should be wary of! 👀

Did you know that over 6,000 new computer viruses are created and released every month? As a matter of fact, 90% of emails contain some form of malware!

An example would be the computer worm which rose to prominence on 5 May 2000 and is referred to as Love Bug or Love Letter For You. It infected over ten million Windows personal computers as it spreads as an email message with the subject line “ILOVEYOU” and the attachment “LOVE-LETTER-FOR-YOU.TXT.vbs”.

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It’s important for us to be vigilant and double check the senders of the emails that we receive. If we are doubtful that it is from someone we know, send them a text or give them a short call to confirm if the email really came from them.

Now that we’re all warmed up, keep scrolling to discover techtivities that you and your family can indulge in this month! 😉

Back to School with NASA: Student and Educator Resources for 2021-2022

NASA has recently launched their student and educator resources for the 2021-2022 school year and we’re all for it! They’ve got a long list of activities and thought-provoking challenges for students from preschool to university, whether they are returning to brick-and-mortar schools or virtual classrooms at home. 

There is also a separate page dedicated to activities specially designed for preschoolers – so parents, be sure to check it out and get quality time with your kids! Check out one of their awesome projects below called: Make a Moon Crater – where you can learn more about craters and make the moon look like cheese! 

Details:
Includes: Activities and challenges for students in preschool to university
Price: Free
Click here for more.


Read! Fest Literary Trail: The Curious Adventure Of The Salaryman

Do you need a perk-me-up after having all those Work From Home days? Here’s some good news for you: the National Library Board has installed an interactive literary trail at these 3 locations: East Coast Park, West Coast Park and the National Library Building for a multi-sensory reading experience like no other! 

The trail, titled The Curious Adventure of the Salaryman, allows participants to join digital protagonist Gerry as he navigates his own adventure to reinvent himself and disrupt his tiresome routine. 📱

Keep an eye out for the six colourful stations onsite – while you can start at any station by scanning the QR code at the stations, for the full experience, make sure to start off at the first station for each venue!
– East Coast Park: Near East Coast Lagoon Food Village
– West Coast Park: Near McDonald’s West Coast Park
– West Coast Park: Near McDonald’s West Coast Park

You (and even your little ones too!) can embark on a journey of self-discovery while being surrounded by beautiful nature – all thanks to technology! Psst, they are even having a giveaway for the event, which you can learn more here.

Details:
Date: Till 31 October 2021
Duration of trail: The entire trail can be completed within 30mins (inclusive of walking distance of ~5mins between each station).
Includes: 7 mini-games, side quests and more!
Price: Free
To find out more, click here.


Become a Ranger with WILDChildTV!

It’s not yet possible for us to freely travel around the world, but thankfully the Internet has got our back! Our little ones (including you mums and dads!) are able to explore and learn about places around the world with information right at your fingertips – like &Beyond’s WILDchild TV

&Beyond’s WILDchild TV features educational videos that enables kids to learn fun facts about the wildlife and nature in Africa from experienced rangers. From videos about Survival Skills, How An Animal Works to Birds and Birding, your ranger-in-the-making will have a blast learning with the bite-sized videos! 

Duration of each video is less than 10 minutes (bite-sized indeed!) and are 💯 free to watch.

Details:
Includes: Fun videos on wildlife in Africa
Price: Free
Learn more here.


Coding Bytes: Virus Warrior

Coding Lab’s latest video series Coding Bytes is the best way to learn programming if you’re looking for something easy and quick to digest, and for your kids to do at home! Follow our step-by-step tutorial videos alongside your little ones and be amazed at what they can do with Scratch.

Follow Tutor Joanne in our latest tutorial, Virus Warrior, as she programmes the character Ben to catch as many masks and hand sanitisers as he can while avoiding the virus! 🦠 This program aims to educate our young ones about the necessities we need to have during the pandemic, like our masks and hand sanitiser! 

Remix Tutor Joanne’s program here! 👉https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/533854338/ 

Let your kids try this tutorial out! They’re free to let their creative juices flow and change up the game with their own unique add-ons. Afterwards, send over their remix to community@codinglab.com.sg for a chance to be featured! We look forward to receiving your submissions. 🤩✨

Details:
Includes: Engaging, fun and quick tutorials on Scratch programming
Price: Free
Watch the series here.


Come join our Post-PSLE Coding Camps!

Our October Coding Camps are here and we’ve got something for ages 7 to 18, whether you’ve just ended exams or are on holidays! Don’t miss out on the fun and quickly grab your spots here! 

Rest assured that safe distancing measures will be adhered to at all times, and the option to do Online classes are always available. Should you have any queries, drop us an emailcall us or WhatsApp us to get in touch! 

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Details:
When: 11-15 October & 18-21 October 2021
Location: Online, Parkway Parade, Bukit Timah (KAP Mall)
Price: From $375.25
To find out more, click here.

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It’s a brand new month and that means… another exciting line-up of techtivities (tech+activities)! You can add these into your growing to-do list now that we’re out of Phase 2 (Heightened Alert). 😉

Before we get started, let’s begin with September’s #TechFact on memory technology.

Did you know that One Petabyte (PB) = 1024 (TB)? To put this in perspective, a 50PB hard drive could hold the entire written works of mankind from the beginning of recorded history in all languages!

In fact, in 2017, Facebook, Google and YouTube accounted for approximately 35,000 PB of data generated – you could actually store our cumulative recorded history 700 times over! 😲

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Memory cards are one of the items we store our data in. Credit: Unsplash

Are you ready for September’s Techtivities now? Keep scrolling to discover what you and your family can indulge in this month!

Google Doodle Champion Island Games (Tokyo Olympics 2020)

Feeling the Olympics blues? You can still experience it with Google Doodle. Google came up with a creative way to mark the start of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 – that is with an animated athletics game called Doodle Champion Island Games!

The role-playing game is filled with seven sport mini-games, legendary opponents, dozens of side quests and more! You will join the cathlete (cat-athlete), Lucky, to defeat each sport champion and collect all seven sacred scrolls. 

With its retro visuals, the game is reminiscent of the old Game Boy days and serves as a good past-time activity! Isn’t it so awesome how technology can be used to create such projects to complement and hype events like the Olympics?  

Google Doodle Champion Island Game GIF

Details:
Includes: 7 mini-games, side quests and more!
Price: Free
To find out more, click here.


Rainforest Lumina

As restrictions ease, why not plan an educational time to the zoo for your family? You can go on a mesmerising multi-sensory journey into the lush rainforest of the Singapore Zoo – the Rainforest Lumina! They’ve got 10 zones that are complete with immersive audiovisual and lights that will dazzle both young and old.

You will get to meet the Creature Crew, a heroic group of eight virtual animals who will accompany you on your adventure. From an orangutan to a white tiger, pangolin, hornbills, and more, they will help keep you #woke on eco issues! 

Described as a “multimedia night walk on the wild side”, it is now in its third and final season since starting in 2018 – don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience it! It’s so amazing to see the kind of events that can be made when we bring technology into it – this Tech x Nature event is just spectacular – and gets you wondering more about how else technology can intersect with other aspects of life.

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Details:
Includes: An immersive multi-sensory journey into the lush rainforest of Singapore Zoo
When: Until 13 February 2022
Price: Child – $14, Adult/Youth – $18, Local Senior Citizen – $14
Learn more or sign up here.


Learning Beautiful’s Coding Meets Science Webinar

Learning Beautiful Singapore has a series of webinars that you can watch to broaden your understanding of computer science – they’ve conducted some on interesting topics like Montessori at Home and All About Pixels!

Their last one: Coding Meets Science will go live on Saturday, 4 September at 10am! You can join the Co-Founder of Coding Lab, Candice Wang, as she shares the importance of STEM and how you can begin laying the foundation in your children’s lives. 😉 If you’ve got any burning questions on STEM, you can send them in and get them answered in real-time too!

*Recommended for parents with kids ages 3 to 9 

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Details:
Coding Meets Science takes place on Saturday, 4 September 2021 at 10am (Click on ‘Going!’ if you can make it 😉)
Location: Facebook Live
Price: Free
Includes: Hour-long webinars (recorded)
To find out more, click here.


Don’t miss out on our October Holiday Coding Camps

Are you all set to welcome the month of October? 🙌 Let your little one discover a new skill with us when they join our exciting October Holiday Coding Camps! 

Coding is a good activity that your child can try out as they get to improve their logical thinking and computational skills. Here’s an overview of what we got: Our primary school students can start off their programming journey with Scratch (ages 7-9) or App Inventor (ages 10-12), while our older kids get to explore Python, a global top 5 programming language (ages 10-12 and ages 13-18!)

You can choose to join our classes physically at any of our centres or online at the comfort of home! Either way, you’ll get to experience our award-winning curriculum. 🏆

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Details:
When: 11-15 October & 18-21 October 2021
Location: Online, Parkway Parade, Bukit Timah (KAP Mall)
Price: $375.25
To find out more, click here.

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To get you geared up for the wonderful list of techtivities (tech + activities!) we’ve got for you this month, here’s an interesting tech fact about the month of August! 

Did you know that on August 10, 1966, the first NASA robotic spacecraft to circle the moon was launched?

Aptly named, “Lunar Orbiter I”, it had the mission to take possible landing sites for future Apollo missions (NASA’s human and robotic missions to the Moon)!

An artist’s concept of NASA’s Lunar Orbiter spacecraft at the Moon. Credit: NASA

Now that we’re all warmed up, keep scrolling to discover exciting techtivities that you and your family can indulge in this month! 😉

Upgrade yourself with SkillsFuture Month

Themed “Open new possibilities when you upskill”, the SkillsFuture Month 2021 organised by SkillsFuture Singapore has an exciting line-up of interactive learning events such as webinars, virtual workshops, forums and roadshows. Topics covered include Graphic Design to Data Science, Fintech and even writing basics – all from the experts. No matter what stage you’re at in life right now, you can choose to upskill and expand your career opportunities!

Running from 8 July to 22 August, SkillFuture is the perfect opportunity for you to get a head start on your lifelong journey. It’s truly amazing to see how technology can grant us access to a wealth of knowledge and help us to upskill and better ourselves!

Details:
Dates: 8 July – 22 August 2021
Location: Online and selected physical locations for roadshows
Price: Free
To find out more, click here.


Smart Nation x Coding Lab Coding Workshops for Ages 4-18 (Free!)

Coding Lab is excited to be working with Smart Nation Singapore as part of the #SmartNationTogether2021 series to bring FREE ONLINE coding workshops just for you! 

We’ve got a lineup of fun, 2-hour introductory workshops (for ages 4 to 12) where students get to program a National Day fireworks animation, design a game in Augmented Reality (AR) or even dabble in Machine Learning as we train our computers to recognise if we have our masks on. 

Isn’t it awesome that we can easily learn a new skill all thanks to technology? 😎

Details:
Available dates: 7 & 8 August, 18 September 2021
Location: Online
Price: Free
To find out more, click here.


Watch Coding Bytes – Karate Chop

Coding Lab’s latest video series Coding Bytes is the best way to learn even more programming if you’re looking for something easy and quick to digest! Follow our step-by-step tutorial videos with your little ones by your side and be introduced to the wonderful world of Scratch.

Join Tutor Swetha in the second video of the series – Karate Chop as she teaches us how we can create an exciting game using Augmented Reality! 👩‍💻We’ve got more exciting videos coming right up, so keep your eyes peeled for them and subscribe to our channel for more! We truly hope that you and your child will enjoy creating awesome projects together. 🤗

Details:
Includes: Engaging, fun and quick tutorials on Scratch programming
Watch the series here.


Learning Beautiful’s DIY Home Activities Webinar

Learning Beautiful understands the growing need to prepare young children for a future filled with technology. Hence, they’ve prepared a series of wonderful webinars that you can watch to broaden your understanding of computer science! 

They’ve touched on topics like Montessori at HomeBinary and Why it’s Important as well as All About Pixels! The next one that’s coming up is with Kimberly Smith, the Founder of Learning Beautiful on DIY Home Activities! Do join their Facebook live webinar to find out more, and you can even send in your questions and have them answered in real-time!  

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Details:
DIY Home Activities takes place on Saturday, 7 August 2021 at 10am (Click on ‘Going!’ if you can make it 😉)
Location: Facebook Live
Price: Free
Includes: Hour-long webinars (recorded)
Watch them here.


Join our Spectacular September Coding Camps!

Our September Holiday Camps are just a month away and they are open for registration! 🤩

We’ve got something for kids of all ages – from enriching classes for our little Junior Coders (ages 4-6), to starting off with the colourful drag-and-drop Scratch programming (ages 7-9) or App Inventor (ages 10-12), and to getting your basics right with Python Meets Math courses (ages 10-12 and ages 13-18)!

We’ll be sure to deliver our very best so that your child can get the most out of our lessons, be it online or physical. ✨

Details:
Date: 6 to 10 September 2021
Location: Online, Parkway Parade, King Albert Park
Price: From $375.25
To find out more, click here.

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As we resume back to Phase 3 (heightened alert) from 14 June, we hope that you continue to stay safe and healthy while staying home as much as you can for the time being. 🏠

If you’re unsure of how you can spend meaningful time with your loved ones from the comfort of home, we’ve got a line-up of exciting techtivities just for you – check ‘em out below! 

Fun Papercraft with Canon’s Creative Park

Canon has a wide range of FREE downloadable papercraft kits that are not just fun and exciting, but educational as well! You can assemble a variety of things like extraordinary crafts from NASA, locomotives and realistic animals – and by doing so, discover just how much tech has advanced for space research, gain deeper knowledge of the things around us and so much more.

It’s amazing to see how technology can bring us all together – access to such materials like this papercraft activity would be so fun to do with family and friends!

Details:
Includes: Downloadable cut-out worksheet and detailed worksheet of instructions
To find out more and access FREE activity sheets, click here.


Travelling around the World from Home

Tick off your bucket list with Google Earth or Google Street View and explore the places you’ve been wanting to visit from different angles! With millions of panoramic images to look at, you’ll get a wonderful virtual representation of the places you’ve been wanting to see. 

Isn’t that cool? And this is all thanks to the awesome advancements in technology! In fact, panoramic images are taken using specialised software or equipment that captures images with horizontally elongated fields of view.

You can even go on to Explore.org, where there are up to 100 livestreams of really cool places – take the Northern Lights for example. All made readily available for your viewing pleasure. Simply click away!

Details:
Includes: Virtual representation of areas from multiple angles, livestreams, panoramic images and more
Explore the world through Google Earth, Google Street View or Explore.org.


Museum Hop Online

You can now not only visit and explore museums in Singapore, but also in other countries as well – all thanks to Google Arts and Culture! View digital exhibitions and go on virtual tours at famous places and galleries across the world.

Some examples include The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, and even the Borobudur in Indonesia!

They’ve even got a special segment called Google Arts and Culture Experiments created by artists and creative coders. It’s filled with digital games like puzzles, crosswords and even an art colouring book – so if you ever need a breather from work or study, you know where to go!

Check out: 5 Break Ideas for Fun and Wellness

Details:
Includes: High-definition artworks, 360° videos and more
To start museum-hopping, click here.


Watch Coding Bytes – Learn bite-sized Scratch

Have you been wanting to learn programming? Coding Lab’s latest video series Coding Bytes is the best way to learn if you’re looking for something easy and quick to digest! Follow our step-by-step tutorial videos with your little ones by your side and be introduced to the wonderful world of Scratch.

Our first video of the series – Mirror Mirror On The Wall is already up on our social media platforms, and the rest are coming your way real soon, so subscribe to our YouTube channel and do look out for them! 😉

Details:
Includes: Engaging, fun and quick tutorials on Scratch programming
Location: YouTube
Price: Free
Watch the series here.


Look Out for Learning Beautiful’s Webinars

Learning Beautiful understands the growing need to prepare young children for a future filled with technology and they’ve got beautiful material sets designed for children to playfully explore the basics of computer science. 

Not only that, they also have a series of webinars that you can watch to broaden your understanding of computer science – they’ve touched on topics like Montessori at Home, Binary and Why it’s Important as well as All About Pixels

They’ve got two more coming up soon, featuring our Co-Founder in Coding Meets Science for the month of July, so do keep an eye out for them to further your learning of this extraordinary subject – if you watch them live, you can even send in your questions and have them answered in real-time!  

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Details:
Includes: Hour-long webinars (recorded)
Location: Facebook Live
Price: Free
Watch them here.


Summer Holiday Coding Camps

As we resume Phase 3 (heightened alert), our physical classes are also BACK and we’ve got limited seats left. Quickly grab your spot – we are more than thrilled and can’t wait to welcome your child to our campuses! 

We will still be offering online classes – the whole 360 package which includes LIVE conferences with tutors, video-on-demand, online questions and many more! 

Rest assured that no matter which type of class you choose, we strive to ensure that your child gets the best learning experience possible – and be nurtured into future leaders of technology. 

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Details:
Date: 31 May to Mid August
Location: Online, Parkway Parade, Bukit Timah (KAP Mall)
Price: From $375.25
To find out more, click here.

If you haven’t seen our previous techtivity recommendations, check out our June #TechtivitiesOfTheMonth, which includes more cool tech-related activities (a printable, colourful bucket list for the family too) that you can do with friends and family at home!


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March is one of our most anticipated months of the year, because – you’ve guessed it – March holidays are coming! And just because we can’t go overseas doesn’t mean that there isn’t anything exciting going on. From creating your own Star Wars character to exploring digital exhibitions from the comfort of your home, there certainly is March to do.

Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition

Since 1997, Star Wars has occupied the imaginations of science-fiction fans, going on to become one of the most iconic movie franchises ever! Inspiring many futuristic technologies, you now get the chance to see spacecrafts and holograms up close. With close to 200 original props, costumes, models and artwork from the film, head over to the ArtScience Museum to immerse yourself in the Star Wars world. May the Force be with you!

Details:
Exhibition is ongoing, lasts till 13 June 2021
Location: ArtsScience Museum
Prices: From $20
*Can use SingaporeRediscover vouchers
To register or for more information, click here.


Aliwal Tracks

Are you feeling a little lazy? Want to do something from the comfort of your couch? Aliwal Tracks is the perfect virtual exhibition for you! Wander the streets of Kampung Gelam (Kampong Glam) with this web series of digital performances, behind-the-scenes footage and explore hidden street art!

Details:
Price: Free
Location: Online
Date: Till 5 March
For more information, click here.


Got To Move

Here’s a riddle for you: What do Augmented Reality, dance and Instagram have in common? Well, this year’s Got To Move (GTM) event has really outdone itself! GTM is a nationwide dance movement that celebrates the diversity of dance in Singapore. In its sixth edition, it’s getting bigger and going digital, from creating Instagram dance filters, to putting up live performances on AR app, XITY!

Details:
Location: Online
Date: Ongoing till 28 March 2021
The AR app XITY is downloadable on both Android and Apple devices.
To find out more, click here.


March Holiday Camp

March into our exciting holiday camps and have tons of fun learning how to code! We’ve got a wide variety of classes (38, to be exact!) specially designed to build a strong programming foundation for ages 4 to 18. 😉⁣⁣

Details:
15 March – 9 April 2021
Parkway Parade, Bukit Timah (KAP Mall) and Online
To find out more, click here.

If you haven’t seen our previous techtivity recommendations, check out our February #TechtivitiesOfTheMonth, which includes more cool tech-related attractions that you can visit!


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As Chinese New Year approaches, the tech-activities don’t stop! Here are February’s fun techtivities for families and serious coders to do. From taking part in a coding challenge, enjoying artworks in an electric car and following a time-travelling robot (Psst, use your SingapoRediscovers vouchers), there’s much to do on our little red dot!

Shopee Code League

Whether you’re a student (pre-tertiary, undergraduates and postgraduates; ages 18 and below will need to complete a Parental Consent Form) or a working professional, you’re welcome to join in the fun with a group of 2 to 4. Gather your coder friends, solve real-world issues and take on challenges specially designed by the Shopee tech teams. Get ready, registration closes on 26 February 2021!

Details:
Registration closes on 26 February 2021
Competition runs from 6 – 20 March 2021
To find out more, click here.


Moo Moo PARK

Usher in the Year of the Ox by enjoying artworks by foot or in an electric car at Asia’s first drive-through exhibition. Organised in the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s carpark, the immersive exhibition features 3D installation art, selfie filters and augmented reality murals that focus on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Details:
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, Level 6 Carpark
Open daily (no walk-in on Saturdays / no drive-thrus on Sundays)
Price: From $5
Tickets available from SISTIC
To find out more, click here.


Time Capsule

Meet the newest attraction to join the Singapore Flyer. Touted as a multi-sensory attraction that takes you through Singapore’s 700-year history, the immersive and interactive journey spans two levels as you follow a ‘time-travelling’ robot called R65. Best of all, you can use your SingapoRediscovers vouchers here!

Details:
Thursdays to Sundays, 2pm to 9:15pm
Singapore Flyer
Price: From $10
*Can use SingapoRediscovers Vouchers
To find out more, click here.


Coding Classes

Parents, we heard you! Our Junior Coders Programme is back in session. Calling all N2s to K2s! Our specially curated preschool coding programme will get your little ones acquainted with technology through fun and hands-on activities.

For Ages 7 to 18, our mid-semester intake for February is now open too!

Details:
To find out more about our Junior Coders Programme, click here.

Mid-Semester Intake Details:
Starting Saturday, 6 February 2021
Parkway Parade, Bukit Timah (KAP Mall) and Online
To find out more, click here.

The Coding Lab team wishes everyone a prosperous Lunar New Year! 🙂

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