The Learning Kid link-up – a party for homeschooling, learning activities, kids crafts or anything that has to do with learning and kids.
Learning to Code for Young Children
The last few days my daughter and I have been busy participating in the global movement to expose children to the world of coding, known as the Hour of Code. There are quite a lot of apps and programs available for children to learn, even for younger children that can’t read yet.
We participated last year as well, when my daughter was 4. And after completing an hour of coding, we decided to continue with learning. And so, coding was added to our regular homeschooling routine.
If you have a pre-reader, preschooler, or early elementary aged child and would be interested in letting them try an hour of code (or longer if they like it), see our well-tried and tested favourites for this age group: Learning to Code for 4-6 year olds and Learning to Code for Younger Ones.
And now on to our party. I can’t wait to see all the learning for kids gems you share with us. 🙂
5 hosts means 5 times the exposure!
|Melanie T.||Diona||Melanie B.|
|Tree Valley Academy||All Day Everyday Mom||Wind In A Letterbox|
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- Please visit one other post for every post you link up.
- By linking up, you allow us to share an image from your post. Proper credit with link will always be given.
- Only link up posts that are related to the theme of the party.
- Please don’t link up the same post week after week.