Learning to code for child and junior increases their analytical thinking abilities by gaining creative thinking and problem solving skills in the technological world. Coding is the process of writing code in a programming language and giving instructions in a way that computers can understand. We can compare this to learning a new foreign language and using it in the country it belongs to. This acquisition is especially useful for digital and technology-oriented daily life, which will be of great importance in the business world in the future. Learning to code allows students to create unique projects using their imaginations, interact in the digital world and use technology for their goals.
As Digi-Homeschooling, we have created a professional roadmap for children and young people on how they can step into the software world and progress. Even if he has no knowledge of coding and computer use, we know how to introduce him to this world. Moreover, we make this training period fun and enable them to do it as an activity.
Let’s look at this roadmap (Coding Path) together.
Our coding roadmap for students aged 8-10:
For our students aged 8-10, we take the first step with CodeMonkey. Since it has a fun and simple interface, our students can continue their first step with fun without getting bored. CodeMonkey is a fun and effective tool for teaching students programming skills and helps kids develop their math, logic and problem solving skills.
Our coding roadmap for students aged 11-12:
MIT University’s app called Scratch is a block-based programming language that helps students improve their programming skills. It has an interface that even those with no coding knowledge can easily understand. For beginners, Scratch is fun and easy.
Our coding roadmap for students aged 13-17:
Python language is easy for children and teenagers to learn because of its simple syntax. Therefore, students can learn coding basics more easily and progress faster. Children who learn Python develop their problem-solving skills. Coding gives students problem-solving and reasoning skills. Basic Python lessons teach basic programming logic.