Join a Girls Who Code Club

Girls Who Code Logo

Girls Who Code is a non-profit organization that aims to close the gender gap in technology by teaching computer science to girls in grades 3-5 and 6-12. Girls Who Code holds free coding clubs for girls throughout the U.S. during the school year.  Members receive instruction from volunteer instructors in computer science, including project-based activities

Juni Learning: Online Coding Classes for Kids at Home

Juni Learning HTML Class

Over the past few years, I have watched the number and variety of coding classes for kids (outside of school) grow quite a lot. Kids can take classes in camps during the summer, participate in after-school programs during the school year, and even attend one-day workshops hosted at libraries and universities. There are coding classes

Want your child to learn computer programming? Start with Scratch.

Scratch Cat

Is 8-years old too young to learn computer programming? I don’t think so. Every child should get an introduction to computer programming and some hands-on experience at a young age– while they’re still receptive to trying new things. Even if they don’t aspire to be an engineer, it’s important to get an understanding of basic