Coding and programming are now part of the national curriculum, in order to solve the “skills gap” between the number of technology jobs and the people qualified to fill them. ICT (Information and Communications Technology) has in the past been dominated by dull tutoring of how to use a microsoft word or powerpoint, and has been replaced by a new “computing” curriculum including coding lessons for children as young as 5years.
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Without an iota of doubt, we know all kids love playing games but how fun will it be if your kid now own a game or start developing games for other kids to play, design or develop your business website and many more ? Though you might be wondering how? Believe us! it is very possible, even without any coding experience.
Tech toys of all kinds are always a must-have for iPad-happy kids – cute robots, smartwatches, child-friendly cameras and more.
But it’s toys that help your child learn how to code, and become proficient at it, that tick the key educational box as well as the fun one.
For most of these toys, it’s not necessarily about learning one of these languages or actually building websites. Far from it. It’s more about your child beginning to understand the building blocks of code, and how putting all the blocks in the correct order, usually logical thinking, results in actions happening as planned. For older children, it’ll be a bit more advanced – like building robots and programming them to do things. Either way, it’s good fun.