Kids that code are...Better prepared...Think more critically...Are better in school...and Are more organized.

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Why are These Workbooks Important For Kids?

The Kids Coding Workbooks teach kids to think in a new way.  Kids learn to do simple coding and understand principles that will help them to become competent programmers.  The author uses a combination of simple lessons that use examples and analogies familiar to kids, and fun exercises that provide hands-on learning.  These things guaranteed your kids will learn and love coding.

Specific coding languages for kids have been selected because the make learning to code easy and fun.  The languages associated with each workbook are known for their easy of learning and their exciting features.

A workbook designed for kids that teaches principles of programming using the Scratch programming language.

A workbook designed to teach coding using Java, one of the most popular languages in business, using a fun and exciting approach.

Our most fun and engaging book yet has not been delivered.  It teaches kids programming as they create fun and exciting games.

A workbook where kids learn to code in a simple fun way using Python.  A great language for kids to learn programming.

Learn on the road or wherever you are.  This great coding book doesn't require a computer for kids to learn and love coding.

Coding is Vital for Kids

Some educators and experts are calling it the ‘new literacy’—a subject so important that every child needs to know the basics to excel in our rapidly changing world.  Learning to code prepares kids for the world we live in today.  Today, computing is involved in almost all aspects of our lives, from communications and education to social media, banking, information, security and shopping.  If grade-schoolers are taught biology and mathematics in order to understand the world around them, then knowing the basics of how computers communicate—and how to engage with them—should be a given.  See full articles written by the author in our Blog.