You know having your child learn to code is a valuable skill for their future but are you wondering how to get them on the path to coding success?
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.
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?
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
Mythili (11) is ambitious and independent, with a game plan to leave no coding challenge unfinished! As this month’s top student coder on Hatch, she’s completed 208 projects and 371 challenges in
With rapid advancements in technology, there is also a desperate need to protect all the activities we do online.
There are so many options for careers in technology.As a parent, you want to do whatever you can to help your kids prepare for the future.
You’ve probably already considered lots of different after school programs for your kids.
Alysha Dominico, CEO and Co-Founder of Tangible Words, does not know how to code. Four weeks ago, she began a weekly journey learn coding as an adult using Hatch@Home, and her kids are learning along