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Supplemental Learning for Kids | The Essential Guide

Supplemental learning for kids

Many parents supplement their child’s education with additional learning opportunities outside school. Supplemental learning take many forms, such as extra tutoring, online courses, or participating in enrichment activities. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution, supplemental learning has some general benefits. First, it can help children struggling to keep up with their grade level. They can…

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How To Make A Video Game | A Guide for Kids

How To Code A Game

Making a video game is no easy task. So many different pieces need to come together to create a successful game. In this blog post, we will outline the process of making a video game and give you a few tips on getting started. If you’re thinking about making a game, read on!   How…

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Coding Program for Middle School Students

coding program for middle school

Many parents often wonder when their kids should begin to learn to code.   “Can my kid start at 7?”   “Is it too late if he’s already in high school?”   “At what age can my kid actually start coding?”   These are a few of the questions we often hear from parents all…

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Computer Science for Kids | The Ultimate Guide for Parents

computer science for kids

More schools around the country have started to prioritize computer science for kids in their curriculum. A study by tells us that 45% of US high schools have added it to the required syllabus. This means that more kids and teenagers will be introduced to the basics of CS – such as programming and…

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Computer Basics for Kids | Everything You Need to Know

computer basics for kids

With how fast technology has advanced and how widely it’s spread, it should come as no surprise that computers now play a huge role in our everyday lives. From the smartphones we use to contact friends to the tablets we bring around to manage files, many of us are dependent (at varying lengths) on technology. …

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Computational Thinking For Kids | Why is it Important?

Computational Thinking for kids

“Too often we give children answers to remember rather than problems to solve.” – Roger Lewin   We feel this quote best summarizes where certain educational systems could be lacking. When teachers and students desire good grades more than knowledge, therein lies a risk of underdeveloped skills. It’s true; many of us may, unconsciously, encourage…

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