Would you like to give your children opportunities to learn technical skills? And also a way of thinking that may come into play later as part of a career in IT. No pressure.
For kids who can’t yet read but would like to learn the basics of coding, there are the Mini Coders courses (Prague, online). They’ll learn basic programming concepts using a picture programming language. They can program different kinds of robots, experience their first successes and gain new energy for further studies.
For more mature children who can already read and write, usually from the age of 6-7, there is a wider range of possibilities for development. The introduction to the world of IT and programming at Scratch is offered in the course The Little Programmer which you can take either at the Prague office or online.
By the age of 7-8, a child can already start studying a simple programming language. Programming with Minecraft (Bratislava, Praha, Olomouc, online) combines Scratch programming with the popular world of Minecraft.
At the age of 10, children can already profile themselves independently thanks to a wide range of different development opportunities. Future game developers can focus on Roblox (online) courses to learn the basics using the language Lua. Future designers will appreciate the course Become a graphic designer (Prague).
Lego classes are great for developing fine motor skills. In a playful way, they will learn the basic principles of building structures and physics.
Kiddum – offers courses for 4 to 18-year-olds in Prague. In addition to the semester courses, you can register your children for a variety of workshops and, during the holidays, for a suburban camp. Lego courses include Lego Education and Lego Technic for older children. They can also learn the basics of robotics, mechanics and mathematics.