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Your early reader may be ready for Bitsbox, even if your child a few years younger than recommended.
Bitsbox founders Scott Lininger and Aidan Chopra talk about some incredible statistics they’ve gathered, including kids age 4-6 investing over 34,000 minutes in app creation.
Bitsbox has shipped and teaches kids to code by programming fun, approachable apps that they can run on a phone or tablet.
A few weeks ago my oldest son (age 7) came up to me and asked one of those questions that many parents dread — “Dad, can you teach me to program?” While I’m half-kidding, I’m also half-serous. I’m not a programmer! I have some training (mainly in college, but some self-taught) and I’m comfortable hunting down a book when I need it, but, when it comes to teaching my son, I’m really at a loss. What I’d like to do is find a way to make programming fun and interesting, but also something he can do on his own or at least with me watching over his shoulder but providing minimum assistance.
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An updated list of toys, kits, and books that teach kids to code. Perfect for celebrating Hour of Code or under your Yuletide tree.
Okay, I get it. Some people do nothing but get consumed by a screen. Do you really think walking away from the screen for one random week will solve this issue?
A list of physical goods to teach your kids programming and electronics. Perfect for celebrating Hour of Code or as gifts under your Yuletide tree.
Here are 9 cool techie projects that launched on Kickstarter this week.
Take advantage of this year’s Hour of Code to introduce your child to programming, sharpen your child’s programming skills, or even give programming a try for yourself