Times have been very tumultuous. However, this trying and confusing time does not have to mark the end of your child’s learning. To help, we’ve compiled a few great articles about coding resources for kids and some interesting projects and events happening around the world!
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Is your kid a reader? Here is a really engaging book that will teach your kid how to code! This downloadable book works to include underrepresented kids in a very interesting way. Read more here!
LSU is not letting this pandemic take engineering / coding summer camps away from kids. Check out this article to see how they are now providing virtual camps this upcoming June and July.
Need some competition and fun during this quarantine period? WWDC is now running a coding contest for students!
This lockdown period has made learning how to code harder for some families, but Study @ Home has compiled a list of MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) platforms that your kid can use to start or continue their coding education. Best of all, they can do it for free!
Need engaging projects or coding entertainment for your kids during quarantine? A group of hackathon participants created ‘Creative Kidz’ to help with that! Read more to see what the fuss is all about.
This just in! There’s a new, fun, and modern way to teach kids STEM and coding skills. This article tells you which robots are the best teachers.
TheGamer is teaching coding to kids, 6 years and older, by letting them build their own video game! TheGamer allows kids to learn and experience how to collaborate, problem-solve, and express creativity.
Kids as young as 9 years old are coding (even 8 in our program)! Find out what famous programmers started coding at a young age too.