Coding for kids & Parents : Awareness Program

Learn Basic coding concepts to make your kids ready for the next level of programming.
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (52 ratings)
3,132 students
English
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Basic Programming through Blocks
Maths Concepts
Getting your kids ready for Advanced Coding Courses

Requirements

  • None.

Description

What you will learn ??

  • Learn to Write Programs for the Software Robot

  • Learn to Simulate the Software Robot

  • Learn Math fundamentals through Programming

  • Drag & Drop based software to learn programming easily


  • Learn to create Technology through Programming

  • Learn about Robotics programming and how robots are made to move and turn

  • Program & simulate the Robot to draw shapes of Square, Rectangle, Hexagon, Octagon & Circle.


  • Learn the Engineering & Math

  • You will learn different programming & Math concepts in an easy way like

    • For loop

    • Acute and obtuse angles

    • Squares

    • Polygons (Hexagon, Octagon, Decagon)

    • Circles

So, Enroll for the course & Enjoy learning !!

Who this course is for:

  • Kids > 6 years
  • Parents, Teachers & STEM instructors

Course content

5 sections13 lectures37m total length
  • Course Introduction
    01:51

Instructor

Education Enthusiast - Enggr, MBA, Robotics
Robolabz STEM School
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 817 Reviews
  • 13,984 Students
  • 11 Courses

We are a team of Professionals having domain expertise in various fields. All the team members are highly committed and enthusiastic about education. Our team members possess hands on experience in teaching to a varied age groups starting age 6 years to working professionals. We have expertise in

- STEM education

- Personal & Career Development

- Industrial Consultancy & Project Management

- Manufacturing & Automation

- Digital Manufacturing


We know, Education needs to be practical and all of our courses are based on our practical experience,we try to explain even theoretical concepts practically. We do not develop courses where we don’t have practical expertise.