Coding is something all kids should learn. Now you can prepare your child for the future of technology with this three-month membership access.
As a TechRepublic reader, you obviously have pretty techie interests. As a parent, you want to share those techie interests with your kids, not only to strengthen your bond, but to prepare your kids for the future.
Fortunately, these days there are so many STEM toys and activities that make learning about technology fun and engaging. Case in point: CodeSpark Academy, an award-winning program that helps kids learn how to code. Three-months’ access is 66% off for a limited time.
CodeSpark is one of the best learn-to-code apps for kids on the market. It won a 2020 Best Digital Tools award from the American Association of School Librarians, it’s an Academics’ Choice Award Winner, a Gold Award winner from the Parents’ Choice Foundation and a KAPi Award Winner.
CodeSpark ignites kids’ curiosity in computer science by turning programming into play. It’s designed for kids ages 5 to 9, teaching the foundations of computer science through puzzles, coding challenges and creative tools. Kids learn concepts like sequencing, loops, conditional statements, events, Boolean logic and other programming elements—all while having actual fun. There are no ads or in-game purchases, and new content is released monthly to keep your kids engaged. It even offers up to three kid profiles, so one subscription could be enough for the entire family.
Plus, CodeSpark is a proud partner in the HOMER family, an organization that helps kids all over the world build critical skills for the future that they might have not otherwise had access to.
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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