Beginner's Guide to Coding for Kids

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  • Step-by-step guide to coding (complete with pictures)

  • Suitable for any child new to coding

  • Based on a free programming language developed by MIT

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In 15 years, we’ll be teaching programming just like reading and writing, and wondering why we didn’t do it sooner.

— Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder

Give your kids a headstart

Help your kids start coding with our free Beginner's Guide to Coding For Kids. It's a fun step-by-step guide that will introduce and demystify the world of coding. A great exercise that kids enjoy and parents approve - perfect for the school holidays! 

This guide is suitable for any child new to coding and is able to read, write and follow written instructions. Parents may like to help guide their kids through the exercises.

 

What kids will learn from this book

Developed in collaboration with professional syllabus developers from the National Institute of Education, this free e-book introduces kids to a visual-based programming language, Scratch which is developed by MIT, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Scratch helps young people learn to

  • Think creatively
  • Reason systematically
  • Work collaboratively

These are essential skills for life in the 21st century.

 
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About Code Ninja

In this new world order, technology is everywhere, and changing faster than ever before! That’s why Code Ninja is here – to train the next generation to understand technology; more than that, Code Ninja enables kids to master the basics of coding and thrive in this exciting technology-powered world.

Our Vision

To enable every child in Singapore to code as he or she is able to read and write.

Our Mission

To engage and help any child develop mastery in coding with a world-class curriculum and an awesome learning environment.

 
Creating games is fun!
— Keith 0h, 8
I like Code Ninja for its structured syllabus, which is also flexible enough to allow kids to customise their weekly code creations.
— Florence Teoh, parent
We are free to make games of our choice.
— Elliot Ng, 12
 
Book Cover-3.jpg
  • Step-by-step guide to coding (complete with pictures)

  • Suitable for any child new to coding

  • Based on a free programming language developed by MIT

Grab Your Copy: