LittleKoders is a program for students aged 4 – 8 years old
. This program is designed to teach youngest students about how programming can improve their logical thinking as well as math skills. The variety of teaching tools and highly qualified teachers guarantees that students will learn through fun and hands-on experience. LittleKoders students will have opportunity to follow international curriculum and learn with world-recognized tools
such as Dash and Dot robots (USA), ScratchJr app (created by MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Cubetto robots (USA), Cubico blocks (Korea) and many others.
During this program, students will:
Students will learn:
- Code their own interactive animations and simple games
- Design simple games
- Create programs for robots
LittleKoders program consist of total 2 modules for 4-6 years old and 4 modules for 6-8 years olds.
- Basic programming concepts
- Logical and algorithmic thinking
- Basic game design and game logic
- Math and analytical skills
- Problem solving
- Creativity and teamwork
Each module is 1 semester long and consist of 20 sessions, one session per week. Each session is 45 minutes for 4-6 years old, and 60 minutes long for 6-8 years old. The modules are:
Students code their first interactive animations and simple games. They learn about algorithms and logical thinking. They learn how computers are built. They develop their creativity and teamwork skills.
Students create programs for robots. They learn basic programming concepts. They develop problem solving skills, algorithmic and critical thinking.
Student solve math problems and learn about game logics.They learn about game design and further develop their analytical and problem solving thinking as well as creativity
Students code their own interactive animations and games (quiz, Flappybird) using programming concepts, game design skills and creativity. They solve basic programming challenges.