Kids who learn coding and computer programming for kids are better problem solvers, have stronger analytical reasoning skills, and become more involved, inquisitive learners and have a drive to construct knowledge. It’s also a STEM discipline, one that teaches kids how the internet works, how many systems they rely on function. It’s also a critical skill for a global economy that is driven by technology.
“Games provide an excellent medium for a lesson plan. The best coders are those who can customize and make real attempts to code their own ideas. Ideas flow when students are asked to learn to code their own games or customize a specific part of a game. Students are engaged and enjoy the challenge more when these principles are center around a fun little game compared to a database or business like process. The logic found in coding games is no different than coding for a commercial product,” says a spokesperson from Simply Coding.
In the recently published review, the reviewer mentioned, “I ordered this item for my 10 year old son. The package arrived a little smashed, but no worries. The USB is a hard metal key, so it was not damaged. What came in the package looked very simple, the USB and one 7 page booklet. The website is set up like virtual school and you can get lessons and learn at your own pace. Great for after school fun! My son is excited to have a cool new project to work on. I will update the review after he’s completed lessons 1-10.”
About Simply Coding:
Simply Coding is an organization dedicated to creating high-quality digital learning programs for the children. A number of online courses from the company are now selling successfully on Amazon.com