Tues: March 20 & March 27
Thurs: March 22 & March 29


Redlands YMCA
500 East Citrus Ave


The cost for is $100 members/$110 non-member


Our world is changing. Technology has changed the way that we operate, the way that we process information and the way that we prepare our youth for their future.

For children, exposure to STEM education has become a necessity. In the state of California, students score below the nationwide average on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (See the data here.) Teaming up with Kids That Code, the Y hopes to provide exposure and access to STEM-based learning in a fun, exciting way.

Learn more about the importance of STEM-based programs:

Department of Education on STEM Education

National Science Foundation’s Data on STEM Education


Scratch is one of the world’s most popular programming languages to teach children coding. Although it was developed for kids, it is being used to teach first year computer science students at colleges and universities such as Harvard and UC Berkeley. Students will learn and apply the fundamentals of computer programming by creating 2D games using Scratch.


Kodu is a visual programming language made specifically for creating amazing 3D designed games. Students will learn the basics of game design through project based learning. This course is the perfect beginner class to introduce computer programming concepts in a fun and exciting way!

This program is perfect for kids 8 to 12!

Register online!

Space is limited - sign up soon!

Payment is due upon registration. Space is limited but a waiting list will be available for those that would like to see about spots that open up later on.