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Strategy Summer: a summer full of fun on the platform

Strategy Summer: a summer full of fun on the platform

July has arrived and once again we have organized complementary activities on the platform and in our centers. This year we will dedicate this month to strategy games, a type of game that always tests the intellect, creativity and cunning of the players. There will be two new activities in our online platform and students will also be able to play many board games in our centers. Once again, we are committed to learning through play, as strategy games are not only a lot of fun, but they can also help us develop skills that can be applied to our daily lives.

A commitment to the future: coding and robotics after-school activities

A commitment to the future: coding and robotics after-school activities

The school year is over and it is a good time to start deciding which extracurricular activities our children will attend from next year. Foreign languages, sports, music… and lots of families have also begun to add technological activities to the list of their favorite after-school programs, since they are a good opportunity to bring STEAM education to children in a playful and fun way.

5 benefits of role play for children

5 benefits of role play for children

Role-playing games are a very fun activity which has many benefits for children. This is a type of game in which there is a person (the game master) who knows the rules well and presents the story to the other participants, each of whom will have to play a character and perform some actions or others depending on this character and the role it should play in the adventure. On the other hand, the mechanics of the game and its elements make it an educational tool that helps children to develop skills such as creativity, problem solving, decision making, communication and teamwork.

Antonio Gómez and Roger Soler win the Karel Challenge 2022

Antonio Gómez and Roger Soler win the Karel Challenge 2022

The grand final of the Karel Challenge 2022 was held last Saturday in Barcelona. More than 90 young programmers approached the FIB ready to try to pass the last phase of Codelearn’s most exciting coding competition. Speed, strategy and accuracy are the keys to winning, three skills that all participants demonstrated throughout the day. However, only one participant in each category could win and this year’s winners were Antonio Gómez (KC Senior) and Roger Soler (KC Junior).

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