Coding for kids

I always knew my daughter was curious and creative. From early on she was interested in how games work and how they come together. So for the past few years I have explored signing her up for coding camps but they were either too expensive or not for her age. When Kidloland approached me to test out their new Coding Games For Kids – Learn To Code With Play  [ad] I jumped at the chance. She is hooked!!

At first she was hesitant because she did not understand what it was all about. But once we downloaded it and she saw that there were easy to follow voice instructions, she was very excited. She figured it out all on her own and could not put it down. She kept coming to me to show me every time she created a new sequence and how far she got.  She is super proud of passing new levels and it gives her a sense of accomplishment.

She asked me if I can download it on her brothers tablet and if she can bring it to school for show and tell. That speaks for itself. It is an app that really tests their ability to solve problems while promoting memorization and time management. All of the things that are useful in everyday life but with a fun twist. She doesn’t even realize how much she is learning through play. She is 7 years old and I believe this app is age appropriate but younger and older kids alike would enjoy it as well.

Here are some of the details of the app itself:

Kidlo Coding for Kids is a fun coding game to teach kids the very basics of programming, a very essential skill in today’s world. It teaches coding with fun games like fire fighting and playing a dentist. Kidlo Coding improves problem solving skills, boosts memory and increases logical thinking skills.

Using this app, kids will learn basics of programming with sequencing, loops and functions with coding games. There are 6 coding games for kids:

★ Little Firefighter
★ Monster Dentist
★ Chomp The Fruit
★ Garbage Truck
★ Pop The Balloons
★ Ice Cream Time

There are 240+ interesting levels in all, which can be solved by sequencing, loops and functions – All totally free.

What does this app offer to teach kids basic programming concepts?

Programming games like:

Sequence – Learn Sequencing With Coding Games
Sequence is the first step and most important part of coding. Here the command is executed exactly in the same order of events given by the coder.

Loops – Learn Loops With Coding Games
Loop is a concept for repeating a set of commands.

Functions – Learn Functions With Coding Games
Functions are a set of commands which can be used anytime as per the coders wish or requirement.

What will kids learn with these coding games?
* Recognize patterns to complete all levels
* Order actions in a logical sequence
* Learn to implement patterns in their day to day life
* Use those patterns to make their code well organized
* Discover the right actions needed to solve each level

Kids can easily learn to code with educational games. Download Kidlo Coding App For Kids to train their brain in a fun and easy way!

If you children are like mine, curious and love solving problems, download this app and watch them work. As mentioned above, programming is the new essential skill for today’s kids. So show them Kidlo Coding and give them a head start. They will love it! #ad

For more on learning KidloLand apps for younger kids – click here KidloLand

x, Dijana

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Author: hazeleyesmom

Welcome to my blog. Here you will find a mix of food, life, fashion, beauty and travel reviews. Expect honest motherhood, fun family adventures and parenting fails. I can be sassy with a little bit sarcasm but all with good intentions. I love to cook, write and keep up with the latest fashion and beauty trends. But I am also a bargain hunter. When I find something worth sharing, I will pass it on. I have major OCD. I own 10 pairs of ripped jeans. I drink 3 cups of coffee every day. I suffer from chronic migraines and anxiety. I am a former photographer. Carbs are my life. I can watch a comedy and never LOL and I hate scary movies. I would travel the world but new places scare me. I believe in karma. My guilty pleasures include reality shows and cafes. Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoy reading my posts as much as I love writing them! But don’t miss anything and subscribe via email and follow me on Facebook & Instagram ♡ Welcome to my organized chaos. X, Dijana

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