Your children can build a future in computer science, the fastest growing occupation in the world. If your kid is interested in making things and solving problems, computer programming is an excellent option for both older and younger kids. Coding helps them develop logical thinking skills and their sense of achievement is huge.
Coding is the language of the future
Kids need to learn how to code as computers and connected devices are shaping their world right now. The future belongs to those who understand what computers do, how they work and how they think.
Why Kids? Children and teens are better coders than adults
We strongly believe that teaching kids to code, when they are still young, is one of the best ways to encourage them to develop a life-long interest in STEAM. By providing a fun and engaging way to learn computer programming, Kids Innovative can be a building block of creativity and develop their future careers.
Coding fosters creativity
Teaching kids how to code isn’t just about teaching them a skill. It’s about raising a confident, creative and smart person who can solve problems in their own way. It gives them the power to build their own stories, games and apps.
Programming improve problem solving skills
Every child has the innate ability to think creatively and critically, but what they lack is a systematic approach to problem-solving, especially when it comes to coding. Through the Kids Innovative gamified learning, kids will get a chance to understand how complex problems can be broken down into smaller components and managed in a sequential order. This teaches them how to break things down into manageable actions, which will prove useful in their future endeavours.
In addition, the applications from the learnings emphasizes on critical thinking skills that help children make logical connections that can prove vital in many aspects of life.
When to get started?
There’s no need to wait until a child is older. With our programs, kids can learn to code from as young as 5 or 6 years old! Students as young as four are developing skills needed for programming including critical thinking, logic, problem solving and sequencing.
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