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.
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!
Supporting employees has been critical in 2020. Lenovo and TechData partnered with Hatch Coding to offer a family-friendly work perk, a chance for employee's kids to learn coding for free.
Wondering how you’ll fare at home with your kids for two weeks over the holiday break with more free time to fill this year? We can give you quiet moments that you can feel good about taking.
Are you still looking for gift ideas for the kids on your holiday gift list? Instead of getting them a toy that they’ll soon tire of, why not consider something different this year?
With technology rapidly advancing and shifting skill requirements for the jobs of the future, what lifelong skills will your child need to be resilient and prepared for the jobs of 2030? There are 5
Last month, Hatch Coding hosted a Game Jam Competition, where students had 3 weeks to code a game that included a space theme, the Hatch Coding logo and show off their creative problem-solving skills.
At Hatch Coding, we know learning to code in teams is an important skill of the well-rounded programmer. We met with our Hatch Coding Team, The Code Kings over a zoom chat to learn about their coding
Settling into the back-to-school routine comes with a new set of challenges this year. Whether your kids are back in a classroom, learning remotely or being home schooled, we have some tips to ensure