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holiday programmes for young teens?

Postby flb » Tue, 03 Feb 2015 12:12 pm

Hi

Can anyone recommend any good holiday programmes for this Easter? I'm looking for something for an 11 year old that isn't sport and isn't art but will get him active and interacting with kids his age?

Thanks

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Re: holiday programmes for young teens?

Postby MomKiasu » Fri, 15 May 2015 2:36 pm

flb wrote:Hi

Can anyone recommend any good holiday programmes for this Easter? I'm looking for something for an 11 year old that isn't sport and isn't art but will get him active and interacting with kids his age?

Thanks


I would suggest a class such as robotics or basic computer programming. As one of my children suffers from asthma, he cannot play sports but we did not want to leave him with nothing to engage in over the holidays. Thus, we studied his interests and he is very interested in technology and decided we would send him for a basic computer programming course. Hope this helps! :)

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Postby PNGMK » Mon, 15 Feb 2016 2:54 pm

the YMCA on Steven's road runs a bunch of different things for kid in the holidays and other times.
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Postby Kristen_A » Wed, 13 Sep 2017 2:18 pm

During the school holidays, I took my daughter to a soap making workshop, and a RoboCar class where she learnt how to create a toy car with lego bricks and how to program it to move. They were both really interesting and she had a lot of fun.

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Re: holiday programmes for young teens?

Postby Harris66 » Thu, 26 Oct 2017 3:12 pm

My son wants to go for a workshop that uses games to train thinking skills. I'm looking for some reviews on the place now.

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Re: holiday programmes for young teens?

Postby tidee.enterprise » Mon, 11 Dec 2017 10:33 am

hi parents, if you have simple and fun games idea or if you child has one, i can implement and pass everything to you (all codes).

it will be based on javascript and you can run on any browser without installing additional software.

let me know your idea and I can help you implement. everything starts from the basic, and your child can learn how to turn ideas into an actual thing.


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