Learning how to code has many benefits. There is no reason parents should not get their kids coding early. Here are 7 apps you can use to teach your child coding fundamentals:
The Everything Machine: lets you use your phone’s sensors and hardware to build sophisticated machines with a drag & drop user interface.
Move The Turtle: an educational app for iPhone and iPad that teaches your kid the basics of computer programming using a visual interface.
Lightbot: a puzzle game that requires programming logic to solve levels. It helps your child understand procedures, loops, and other basic coding concepts.
Tynker: another app that teaches you coding concepts as you solve puzzles. It supports Sphero, Ollie, drones, and smart lights.
Robot School: a programming game for children aged 7 and above. It has 45 levels to teach programming logic.
Hopscotch: lets you make your own games and publish them, so others can play them. It provides you with simple videos to teach you how to make your own videos.
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