Computing Learning Activities

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Scratch – coding
This is a great website where they can learn how to build practically anything they can dream of. The website was created as an online community to help young children become programmers through easy activity packs and a great support system.

ScratchJr
With ScratchJr, young children (ages 5-7) can program their own interactive stories and games. In the process, they learn to solve problems, design projects, and express themselves creatively on the computer.

Code Monster
Introduce your child to Javascript programming taught through a fun and interactive session by their favorite monster. There are two boxes. The childs code in one box and the result is displayed in the other box.

Code Combat
This is a great site for children of all ages who love playing online games and want to learn how to code in the process. The games are interactive and to control actions of players, the kids have to write lines of code. The difficulty rises as they advance in stages.


Blockly
This website teaches programming in a series of puzzles and blocks. Children need to solve a puzzle through drag and drop to create a story that solves a specific problem. They are then allowed to see the results of their work in action.


Tynker
Easy lessons and tutorials, children are able to make practically anything they wish including applications, web apps, games or website pages. The website is free to use but there is a subscription if your child wants to take their expertise to the next level.


codemoji
Children will love and appreciate the familiar emojis they come across while learning how to code in this website. Children are able to learn at their own pace with easy to follow and interactive lessons.

code.org
Code.Org is well known in teaching sciences and computer science is one of their popular subjects. Children can enjoy the interactive one-on-one tutorials as they learn to code in whatever language they wish.