CODDYCA - Coding School for Kids & Teens
Three group levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Weekly one or two enjoyable coding classes
Student reward system: Earn points and receive gift cards
Coding classes ranging from 40 to 55 minutes, tailored to age and program
Complete a game or website in just 8 classes
Experienced teachers based in Canada
Multicultural classes offered in various languages, including English
Missed a detail or a class? Every lesson is recorded for easy review
Optional homework for added practice, never more than 15 minutes
Students can create their own websites and games
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Many parents are wondering where to enroll their child so that they do not spend days playing computer games. But what if this passion for games turn in the right direction? Namely, to teach the child to create their own games. It's learning about 21st century technology, and it's also fun!
In today's digital age, it's important for kids to learn programming. It not only develops problem-solving skills, but also opens up opportunities for future careers in technology. And when it comes to choosing a starter programming language for kids, Python coding for kids is a popular choice.
Coding languages are revolutionizing the way that kids learn and interact with technology. They provide an opportunity for children to gain a deep understanding of how computers work and create exciting projects. In this article, we will look at the top coding languages that kids should focus on learning in 2023.
Unity programming for kids is an exciting way to introduce them to the world of game development. Unity is a powerful engine that allows users to create 2D and 3D games, simulations, and interactive experiences. Here's a brief history of Unity and some basic concepts that kids can learn to start coding with Unity.
Roblox provides an engaging platform for kids to not only learn coding skills but also create their own virtual worlds. With its user-friendly interface and diverse activities, Roblox enables children to learn the basics of coding while also having fun with their friends.
Does your child play video games all the time? Yes, it’s a little bit annoying. But what if your kid will not just play games all the time but will create them? You’ll probably say yes, that’s such a great idea, I don’t want my child to play games all day long. But how can a child learn to program?
I'm Riley from CODDYCA School, and welcome to our beginner's guide to ROBLOX Studio for kids! We'll introduce you to the primary interface of ROBLOX Studio, show you how to use the Workspace to add and manipulate objects and explain how to use essential tools and scripts. By the end of this guide, you'll learn what's inside a ROBLOX game!