A smooth sea never made a skillful sailor. Learning to code is a challenge, and if it were easy to learn, it likely wouldn’t keep your child’s attention long enough to stick with it.
Looking for an extracurricular activity to keep your child engaged and challenged this winter? Explore how this top Hatch Coding student is staving off boredom with creating his own games.
Our brains are like a cookbook. They contain recipes for making all sorts of things. Learning to code is like learning a new recipe. Kids learn how to break it down step by step.
Too often we give kids answers to remember rather than problems to solve. If kids are taught how to approach problems they will be more likely to rise to the challenge to solve them.
Your kids might be the reason you're holding it all together and they also might be the reason that you're losing it. How can you reduce your stress when it's coming at you from all sides?
Kids can accomplish so much when their interests are aligned with their learning. When kids challenge themselves beyond their comfort level and try a new skill, surprising discoveries can be found.
Your child might think they already know what they do and do not like. But sometimes a nudge to try something new could result in a new passion and talent. So why not have them give coding a shot?
With the New Year just beginning, what new skills do you hope to learn? Have you considered learning to code but not sure where to find the time? How about learning to code with your child?
What do these teenagers all have in common? They all chose Hatch Coding to kickstart their coding journey and are advancing their skills by coding in a team. Meet the Keyboard Warriors!
You’re likely familiar with the three R’s in education; ‘reading, writing, and arithmetic’ but have you heard of the fourth R?
We sat down with a teacher in Toronto who shared how coding can teach kids to embrace failure as a learning experience, provide tools to help solve real world problems and give them skills for life.