With coding, they don’t just imagine, they have the opportunity to test out their thoughts in fun projects. More so, when they successfully turn those questions into things that are real and tangible, they are prompted to developing more projects.
It has now become too clear the many opportunities coding has for kids. Unfortunately, as interesting as this may sound a couple of misconceptions about who should code still discourages people from allowing their kids.....
In the advent of the recent pandemic that has swept through the world and placed it on the verge of an economic meltdown and collapse, one would be wise to take a step back, readjust his spectacles and twitch his optical lens a little, to zoom into a very minute, unprecedented and mind-blowing opportunity lurking around within this menace.
With the onslaught of COVID-19, social distancing is the new order. Schools have been shut down and parents are burdened with the responsibility of ensuring their children’s learning does not stop. Schools have resorted
A child’s mind is like a sponge, absorbing huge amounts of information from its surroundings. The activities kids engage in while growing up play a major role in shaping who they become. Early exposure to technology as a creative tool has proven to have positive effect on a child’s interests and eventual future career choices.