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Why Teach Kids To Code?

There are many benefits of learning to code at a young age.

  • Kids learn computational thinking.

  • They learn to use logic, problem-solving, structural, and algorithmic thinking.

  • They also start to think about how things work and try to create things that work.

  • Working on coding projects helps to exercise their creativity in a fun way.

  • Coding equips kids with skills that are necessary for the future.
    For more refer to our blog post 

What Is The Best Age To Start Coding?

Many good programmers claim that they start coding by age 5 or 6. But the best answer is when the child starts to show excitement and interest in it, like when a gamer child thinks that he can create his own game, or when he thinks he can create a program that will be useful or will entertain his friends. 

A child best learns languages when he is young, and learning programming syntax is akin to learning a new language. Early exposure will shape how they think and make computational thinking second nature.

At 7 or 8, most kids have sufficiently developed logical and critical thinking skills needed for coding.
Kids as young as 10 can produce programs that achieve professional quality.

Which Is The Best Programming Language for Kids?

  • Scratch

    • Visual Language, best to build foundations of programming principles

    • Showing kids how fun coding can be

    • Teaching basic concepts, like problem-solving and if-then thinking

  • Python

    • Kids and teens who want to get their ideas up and running in little time

    • Creating easy-to-read code that looks a lot like regular English

    • Students interested in pursuing scientific fields, especially artificial intelligence

How to get started?

Start by booking a free demo with Spell-A-Code to start your journey in the magical world of coding. Click on the "Book Free Demo" in the Menu bar above.

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Refund and Cancellation 

Cancellation: You can cancel a scheduled class up to 60 minutes before the class start time. After that, you will be charged to reschedule this lecture. 

Refund: Refunds will be given based on how much of a course you have already completed. For example, if you have completed less than 50% of the course and wish to cancel, you will only receive 50% of the fees in the refund. Whereas if you have completed more than 50% of the course you will not be eligible for any refund.

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