Coding is the process of creating software like apps, websites, games etc. Every piece of software is made up of lines of code written in a programming language.
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Definitely YES. Children as young as 4 are able to understand the basic concepts of coding. 9jacodekids has taught over 3000 kids how to code via these videos with many of them between age 4 and 6
Yes. While we recommend from age 4, we also know that children are different. You may try this out with a 3+ year old child. As long your child can watch the videos and follow the instructions then they should be able to benefit from it.
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The knowledge they acquire they should enable them start creating their own simple games and animated stories. This is just the foundation of creating more complex apps and software in the future.
The videos are very simple to follow with regular pauses between each task a child is meant to complete. We advise watching the videos repeatedly and following the instructions step by step.
Kids age 4 to 6 will require a tablet to practice the projects, while kids age 7 to 16 will require a laptop.
Children learn from whatever they are constantly and repeatedly exposed to. By watching movies, cartoons etc they absorb information. The idea behind this is for them to watch repeatedly and follow the instructions by the tutor. Overtime it will begin to sink. Remember that children absorb information a lot.
While your child would have understood the fundamental concepts of programming, it is important to note that learning to code is a progressive journey and your child still has a very exciting journey ahead. WATCH OUT for the our CODING 102 lessons coming soon