Teach your kids to code without spending a fortune
Coding is something every child should learn. Now you can prepare your child for the future of technology with this three-month subscription access.
As a TechRepublic reader, you obviously have quite technical interests. As a parent, you want to share these technical interests with your children, not only to strengthen your bond, but also to prepare your children for the future.
Luckily, there are so many STEM toys and activities these days that make learning about technology fun and engaging. Example : CodeSpark Academy, an award-winning program that helps kids learn to code. Three-month access is 66% off for a limited time.
CodeSpark is one of the best code learning apps for kids on the market. It has won the American Association of School Librarians’ Best Digital Tools 2020 award, it is an Academics’ Choice Award winner, a Parents’ Choice Foundation Gold Award winner, and a KAPi Award winner.
CodeSpark ignites kids’ curiosity about computing by turning programming into play. It’s designed for kids ages 5-9, teaching the basics of computing through puzzles, coding challenges, and creative tools. Kids learn concepts such as sequencing, loops, conditional statements, events, Boolean logic and other programming elements while having fun. There are no ads or in-game purchases, and new content is released every month to keep your kids engaged. It even offers up to three child profiles, so one subscription can be enough for the whole family.
Additionally, CodeSpark is a proud partner of the HOMER family, an organization that helps kids around the world learn life-saving skills they might not have had access to otherwise.
Get your kids interested in coding from an early age. Right now you can get three months of CodeSpark Academy for 66% off $29 at just $9.99.
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