Apple has introduced some Today at Apple sessions, which focused on getting kids to learn how to code and showing off their creative side.
The first of the new sessions is called Apple Camp, which is a free, three-day learning session for kids age 8 to 12. It will explore coding, illustration, compose music and movie making.
The Apple Camp sessions will be hosted by Creative Pros that “will help kids as they develop characters and stories, compose music and solve puzzles in three days of 90-minute sessions.” Some of the sessions offered in Apple Camp include: Coding Games and Programming Robots, Creating Characters and Composing Music, Stories in Motion with iMovie.
Some of the sessions offered in Apple Camp include: Coding Games and Programming Robots, Creating Characters and Composing Music, Stories in Motion with iMovie. The last day Apple Camp will give kids a chance to show off what they’ve made.
Apple also announced a few new Kid Hour sessions which have an emphasis on coding, storytelling and more. The new sessions include Sphero Maze Challenge, Creating Music with GarageBand and Making Movies Together.
There will also be learning sessions where kids and their parents can learn how to use Apple’s Swift Playground iPad app to be able to program devices like LEGO Mindstorms, the Sphero Robot, Parrot Drones and more.
Apple will also be hosting learning sessions called How To, with topics ranging from getting started with coding, photo and video editing, music and art & design.
You can learn more about upcoming Today at Apple session at apple.com/ca/today.