The first computer language I learned was ‘Basic’ on a BBC computer that didn’t even have a mouse. My final project at secondary school was to computerise a Karate Club to create online memberships and by then we used Macs.
Can you teach a 3 year old to code? Is that even possible? In this post we review the Fisher Price Think and Learn Code-a-Pillar and test it out with a preschooler, the youngest age the toy is designed for.
Give your preschooler a fun jumpstart into the vast world of coding with the Code Karts coding app for preschoolers. This exciting new app from Edoki Academy puts your child in the drivers seat of a cool race car as it helps them learn how to sequence, process if-then statements and work on building their problem solving skills.
Kids love to make things; from baking cookies to creating pasta shell masterpieces. But with kids spending more time on tablets and computers, how can we get them to keep creating in a more virtual world?
Robotics is an area that covers a wide range of subjects, giving children hands on experience in learning math, engineering and creative design.
There’s something so exciting about electronics! Imagine building your own computer or inventing your own game. These electronic kits are perfect to teach children all about circuits.
Are you looking for coding games for kids that are educational, fun and really engaging? Sometimes the easiest way to teach kids something is through a game, with friends and family.
How can programming for kids be fun? Through play, of course, and what better way than through coding apps! Learning to code is similar to learning a second language, and the younger a child begins to pick it up, the more rapidly he or she will understand it.
Build a fort! A treehouse! A fort on top of a treehouse surrounded by a moat filled with molten lava! Kids are endlessly fascinated by what we adults considered mundane and their imagination truly knows no limits.