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Learn Coding! 

Interested in tech but don't know where to start?

Kidz Code is perfect for you! We offer free, one-on-one coding lessons to children in grades 4-6. 

About Kidz Code Lessons

Free | One-on-One | Personalized

Content

Your child will learn a coding language called Python which is used for various purposes including web development, data analysis and visualization, game development, and much more. 

How does it work? 

Lessons can be adapted to your child's schedule. We will hop onto a video call (via Zoom) and learn from my 5-unit curriculum. Lessons are one-on-one so your child's learning is customized to their needs! 

About the Curriculum

Everyone has their summer-of-the-pandemic story. I developed and tested this 5-unit curriculum designed to teach coding to children in grades 4-6. My curriculum includes content reinforcing projects, games, and activities to keep your child motivated. It is designed to give your child a way to explore their interest in coding before you commit time and money to further education. 

Requirements

  • Computer with macOS 10.9 or above OR Windows 10 or 11

  • Grades 4-6

  • Parental Permission

  • Weekend Availability

  • Internet Connection

 

Parent Communication

At Kidz Code, we know that parents need to be involved in their child's progress. Following each unit, we will send a brief report on what your child learned. Your child will also have access to an online packet of extra practice problems that they can work on whenever they want to! If you would like to receive communications from us less often, just let us know! Coming soon, we will send a quarterly newsletter. Subscribe below! Always feel free to reach out to me with questions or comments at shrey@kidzcode.org

Is my child going to enjoy lessons? 

The Kidz Code curriculum is not just content! We know that the attention span of children varies. We adapt our teaching to your child's needs. To keep things fun, we include coded games, projects, and useful programs in our curriculum! A couple of examples are: a choose-your-own-adventure game and a guess the number game.