**Price:**

$499.00

Number of Lessons

Frequency

Suitable for age

Programming language

Programming knowledge

48 lessons

Once a week, 30 min/lesson

4-6 years old, zero-based kids

Visual programming

Decomposition, Pattern recognition, Character, Data and data structure, Algorithm, Debugging, Loop, Selection, Event, Abstraction, Function, Boolean judgment.

The course includes 96 lessons, including two levels – K1 and K2, and it is based on Computer Science Teachers Association K12 Computer Science Standards (CSTA-K12 CS), the K12 stage computer science standard published by the American Association of Computer Science Teachers. Its purpose is to help K12 teachers and parents understand the basic rules and characteristics of the learning and development of children and to determine reasonable expectations for their growth. The guide involves seven courses in five fields: (1) health, (2) language, (3) art, (4) society, and (5) science. Our curriculum will encompass computational thinking and supplement more knowledge to the standards, creating a genuinely interdisciplinary computational thinking course.

12 programming knowledge points

Core Abilities

Preliminary understanding of the program design

Development of solutions to different problems

Interdisciplinary thinking

Teamwork

Decomposition, Pattern recognition, Character, Data and data structure, Algorithm, Debugging, Loop, Selection, Event, Abstraction, Function, Boolean judgment

Preliminary understanding of the program design

Development of solutions to different problems

Interdisciplinary thinking

Teamwork

K1

Title | Knowledge | |
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Lesson 1 | Clown’s Balloons | 1. Classification 2. Sequence |

Lesson 2 | Muddled Candy Sprite | 1. Pictorial chart 2. Sequence |

Lesson 3 | The Plan of Eggs Delivery | 1. The application of statistical graphs 2. Sequence |

Lesson 4 | How to Divide a Shape | 1. Shape division 2. Decomposition |

Lesson 5 | Shape House | 1. Shape combination 2. Decomposition |

Lesson 6 | Polygonal Gems | 1. Polygons 2. Decomposition |

Lesson 7 | The Missing Puzzle Pieces | 1. Whole and part 2. Algorithm |

Lesson 8 | The Magic Paintbrush(1) | 1. Dot and line 2. Algorithm |

Lesson 9 | The Magic Paintbrush(2) | 1. Point, line and plane 2. Multiple algorithms |

Lesson 10 | Defend the Bananas | 1. Basic number decomposition 2. Multiple algorithms |

Lesson 11 | Defend the Bananas | 1. Basic number decomposition 2. Multiple algorithms |

Lesson 12 | Rescue Cody | 1. The application of number decomposition and composition within five 2. The application of algorithms |

Lesson 13 | Power Gems (1) | 1. Learn about Directions: north, south, east, west 2. Design algorithms to solve a problem |

Lesson 14 | Power Gems (2) | 1. The application of Direction in the map 2. Design algorithms to solve a problem |

Lesson 15 | Power Gems (3) | 1. Locating position on a map 2. Design algorithms to solve a problem |

Lesson 16 | Injured Cody | 1. Learn about the whole body 2. Learn more about algorithm and sequence |

Lesson 17 | Mysteries of the Digestive System | 1. Learn about the digestive system 2. Learn more about algorithm and sequence |

Lesson 18 | Naughty OMO | 1. Learn about bone structure 2. Learn more about algorithm and sequence |

Lesson 19 | Relay Race for Shape Babies | 1. Learn about sides of shapes 2. Learn about sequence—executing steps in sequence |

Lesson 20 | The Shape Cake House | 1. Learn about angles of a shape 2. Learn about how to apply executing steps in sequence to solve problems |

Lesson 21 | Baby Shapes’ New Home | 1. The relationship between the number of sides and angles of a shape 2. Sequence and algorithm |

Lesson 22 | Learn New Words (1) | 1. Learn words: above, below, left and right 2. Sequence and algorithm |

Lesson 23 | Learn New Words (2) | 1. Learn words: north, south, east and west 2. Sequence and algorithm |

Lesson 24 | Learn New Words (3) | 1. Learn words: spring, summer, fall and winter 2. Sequence and algorithm |

Lesson 25 | A Birthday Party in the Forest | 1. Regular pattern 2. Pattern recognition |

Lesson 26 | Help JoJo | 1. Regular pattern 2. Pattern recognition |

Lesson 27 | Ariel’s Dress Pattern | 1. The relations between day and week 2. Pattern recognition |

Lesson 28 | Rescue Operation | 1. Comparing numbers within 10 2. Counting loop |

Lesson 29 | Dancing Candies | 1. Equal division 2. Conditional loop |

Lesson 30 | The Time Compass | 1. Equivalent substitution 2. Infinite loop |

Lesson 31 | The Picky-Eating Haller (1) | 1. Junk food and healthy food 2. Counting loop |

Lesson 32 | The Picky-Eating Haller (2) | 1. Balanced diet 2. Counting loop |

Lesson 33 | Escape from the Maze | 1. Space in condition 2. The application of counting loop |

Lesson 34 | The Elf Mushroom (1) | 1. Decomposing 10. 2. The application of conditional loop. |

Lesson 35 | The Elf Mushroom (2) | 1. Making 10. 2. The application of conditional loop. |

Lesson 36 | Take Back the Gems | 1. Decompose and make 10 2. The application of conditional loop and counting loop |

Lesson 37 | Find the Robbers | 1. Match 2. Debug |

Lesson 38 | Find Missing Parts | 1. Part to whole analogies 2. The application of debugging |

Lesson 39 | Put Them Back | 1. Row 2. The application of debugging |

Lesson 40 | JoJo’s Ice Cream Van | 1. Column 2. The application of debuggin |

Lesson 41 | The Unquestionable Falsity | 1. The application of rows and colunms. 2. Boolean values. |

Lesson 42 | Dr. Code’s New Year Greeting Cards | 1. Shape Flipping 2. Boolean Values |

Lesson 43 | A Wonderful Halloween Party | 1. symmetric figures 2. conditional statements |

Lesson 44 | The Frozen Lake | 1. Translation 2. Conditional statement |

Lesson 45 | Cody’s Flashlight | 1. Simple circuits 2. Learn about events |

Lesson 46 | Control the Robot | 1. Learn about electrical appliances. 2. Create events |

Lesson 47 | Cody’s Digital Pet | 1. The sources of electricity 2. Create events |

Lesson 48 | OMO’s Escape Plan | Renew |

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