Code Kingdoms is a paid subscription service aimed at helping kids learn how to code by using the worldwide hit Minecraft as a learning tool to ‘learn, code then play’.
Finding the right app for teaching kids to code can seem a bit overwhelming when you start out. Tynker combines fun graphics and a combination of simple ‘drag and drop’ games, with increasing levels of difficulty and creativity, to entertain and challenge kids as they learn.
The story is about Violet Van Winkle, not your ordinary girl. Violet likes to invent things and soon starts to build various types of flying machines.
Bitsbox is a monthly subscription box designed specifically for kids to learn how to code. Founded by two ex-Google employees, it takes a different approach to the usual drag and drop method.
A range of 3D printers are already available for use at home, including a number of good options for kids. The mini Maker differentiates itself from other 3D printers by focusing towards a younger demographic.