Gustav Knape designed a retro pixelated star to decorate your tree. You can download the 3D file here. You can also download it as a tree ornament here.

Happy Holidays from Codecraft!

We’ve had a wildly successful Fall here at Codecraft and we are so thankful for everyone involved. To show our gratitude and excitement, we wanted to share some fun information with you all about everything our students (your kids) were doing with Codecraft this semester.

Many of you reading this may know us from one of our extracurricular clubs. This Fall alone we served Seventeen schools across Florida…wow! Through these schools, we served hundreds of students weekly. In these clubs, your kids learned not only how to code, but also learned valuable skills such as teamwork, problem-solving and public speaking. Many of our Instructors had students work in groups to create projects, which they then, together, presented to their peers! They also created games and quizzes, which allowed them to partner their interests with their learning.

Codecraft also hosted several programs in Melbourne, which served 40 students weekly. These programs include, but are not limited to, U.S. CyberPatriot competition teams, Intro to Python Programming and R&D Night. The programs we held at customer hosted sites also served 70 students a week, with one program in Brevard County, one in Leon County and the third in Orange County. We were also lucky enough to help the Junior Girl Scouts earn their cybersecurity badges, which you can read more about here. It was a busy Fall, and we are so excited for what’s to come this Spring. We’d like to give a special thank you to our teachers, interns, guest speakers, and schools who have partnered with us to share our love of coding with the students of Brevard. You can read through these names below.

Last year Jeremy Peterson designed these Space Invaders-inspired Christmas tree ornaments. Download your 8 bit space invader design here.

Many Special Thanks

Thank you to our school partners…

  • Suntree Elementary, Anderson Elementary, R.L. Stevenson Elementary, Williams Elementary, Roosevelt Elementary, MILA Elementary School, Merritt Island Christian School, Cambridge Elementary, Croton Elementary, Roy Allen Elementary, Sabal Elementary, Gemini Elementary, Indialantic Elementary, Palm Bay High School, Hawks Rise, St. James Cathedral School, and Holy Name of Jesus.

Thank you to our talented instructors…

Rahul, Matt Atiyat, Matthew Allen, Jordan, Todd, William, Janell, Nakeya, Cameron, and Megan.

Thank you to guest speakers, STE(A)M champions, and Codecraft Foundation volunteers

Everything IS awesome and nerdy Christmas sweaters are not just for humans. Michael Curry created the 3D printed Christmas sweaters for your LEGO figures. You can download the designs here.

Stephanie (Harris), Corey (CNI), Samir (Droplet), Steve (Aeronix), Jordan (Vector 35), Joe (Raytheon), Adam (Embraer), Pawan (Embraer), Juliette (Collins Aerospace), Susan (IBM), Pawan (Embraer), and Chris (ATLR).

Coming Next Year

Of course, the fun isn’t over. We’ll be adding new instructors to our team next year, so stay tuned for more information on that!

We are hosting winter camps in January, which you can read about and sign up for here. and if you have a friend who is not a customer yet, now is a great time for them to check us out.

New members can join a Lab for the spring semester between December 22, 2018, through January 8, 2019, and save.

Wishing you very happy holidays from all of us here at Codecraft!