4 REASONS WHY WE ARE TEACHING KIDS TO CODE
It is easy as learning a language. Games and apps with visual programming languages teach programming logic and concepts before kids can read
LEARN BETTER & FASTER
Teaching your child how to code when they are still young is important, because kids have an easier time learning skills than adults do – their minds are flexible and open.
Another benefit of teaching kids how to code is that it builds their confidence and creativity and provides the tools to create a world of limitless possibilities, where they can build their own paths and solutions in their own way
To help kids learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.
What Most Schools Don't Teach
Let's Teach Kids to Code
We provide a self-paced online creative coding/programming course designed for ages 7 to 15. Kids create their own stories, games, and animations while learning the Scratch programming language
We create projects to be taught at Codik clubs in schools. The projects we make teach children how to program by showing them how to make computer games and animations. Our instructors will go to a primary or secondary school or other venue, such as a library, for an hour a week and teach one creative coding project a week.
Coding Camps and After School Programs
Codik's creative coding Tech Camps teach intensive computer programming and game design concepts in fun and engaging full day formats. Your kid will create something amazing during the creative coding Tech camps.
creative coding activities
Learn to Code, Code to Learn
Using our platform children can program and share interactive media such as stories, games, and animation
WHY CODE CREATIVELY?
- Learning how to write code teaches kids to blend logical and creative thought to solve problems, and that's a skill that will benefit them in any career
- Coding is the best form of brain exercise. Brain exercise is important when kids are young. It's simple: Just like physical exercise makes them stronger, brain exercise makes them smarter. This builds confidence as well.
- When a young child realizes that they have the power to create semi-autonomous computer programs, it opens up a whole world of creative expression that would otherwise be closed to them
'' Everybody should learn how to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think.'' — Steve Jobs
EMPOWERING KIDS TO CHANGE THE WORLD
Learning to code is an important skill now that we’re living in a digital age. It’s not just enough for children to know how to use technology. They should know how it works too. And learning to code doesn’t just mean you can become a developer; it strengthens problem solving skills and logical thinking, and supports key academic subjects such as science, maths and technology