With school right around the corner, de-stress by taking a look at some of these interesting articles. Explore everything from young tech geniuses to interesting coding challenges!
CoderBunnyz’ 12 year old CEO Samaira Mehta is at it again offering free coding classes! Her goal is to teach one billion kids to code by 2030 and we are here for it. See how CoderBunnyz is doing their part for kids coding.
Kids can learn how to code with a variety of cool and exciting STEM toys and robots. See how Pai, a Chinese tech company, is creating fun coding kits to strengthen students’ STEM skills with tablets, robots, and smartwatches for kids.
Charles Sturt University partnered with Riverina Anglican College to put on a fun coding competition for 7th to 10th graders! It’s always great getting to see a group of kids flexing their coding skills and they hope to help the region’s best coders to get up to speed with the very latest in coding.
Almost 500 students joined a coding competition in Eastern Cape, but 16 year old Mdantsane whizz-kid Zukhanye Swartbooi scored the highest points in the Mandela Day BOATS coding tournament. See what his grand prize was and how it will help him further his coding education.
Students can and are using coding to solve problems in their community. By collaborating on useful projects, kids can learn important skills such as time management, professional communication, and organization, all while making a difference.
Arya Peruma, grade 10, is a teen passionate about helping her community and has dedicated her time to helping teach middle and high school students how to code. Not only is she scoring points for college admissions, but improving her own coding skills and giving back to local kids. Beautiful!
Personal projects are a huge plus on any college resume. If you are interested in boosting your child’s resume by having them complete their own projects, but aren’t sure where to start, I highly recommend reading these DIY STEM projects for teens.