Once again, being a Codelearn student is rewarded! Every year we celebrate a September Raffle: we give all our students a number and they can also get extra numbers and more chances to win according to the school years they have been learning to code with Codelearn.
Codelearn centers are closed on August, but you can still learn in the online platform and work on your coding skills. We know you might need some motivation to keep doing coding exercises, so every year we give you a good reason to do so: get one the highest scores and win a prize!
It’s already summer and that means it’s time for a new adventure and a new activity on our online platform. After Chess and Go, this year we are happy to announce Summer of Cards, a collection of three card games that will help us keeping our minds active during the summer and have fun while working on logic, strategy and many other important skills.
Every day there are more children who dream of creating their own video game, which is not a surprise if we take into account that video games are already the first choice of entertainment. Luckily, every day it is easier and more accessible to learn to program video games, since there are many platforms to enter this world that can be adapted to different ages and levels of knowledge.
There are many reasons to learn to code from an early age, so it is important for children to see programming as a fun and creative activity they can enjoy. Teaching children and adolescents how to code in an entertaining and motivating way can be a great challenge but fortunately there are now a wide variety of tools which allow young people to take their first steps into the world of programming. This week we want to talk about 5 free or low cost tools that are perfect to get you started in different areas such as programming, 3D modeling, robotics or electronics.