It's probable that you've heard a lot about coding and how crucial it is for kids to begin learning about it as soon as possible. We're not simply referring to the laptop or desktop computer you might have at home or on your desk at work when we say that computers have become a part of our lives. Computers are in charge of your phone, microwave, and car, and they require instructions to tell them what to do. These instructions must be written using coding, often known as computer programming.
This is a tool and platform to start teaching coding to your child.
ScratchJr is a visual programming language designed to introduce programming skills to children ages 5–7. The app is considered an introductory programming language. It is available as a free app for iOS, Android and Chromebook.
ScratchJr is a derivative of the Scratch language, which has been used by over 10 million people worldwide. Programming in Scratch requires basic reading skills, however, so the creators saw a need for another language which would provide a simplified way to learn programming at a younger age and without any reading or mathematics required.
Take a look their website: http://scratchjr.org/
Kivy is an open-source GUI "Graphical User-Interface" framework for Python. It can be used to create desktop applications for Linux, Windows, and macOS, It also can be used to create Android and iOS applications because of its smooth performance on mobile.
Kivy has an impressive gallery of applications and projects, I believe kids will like the idea that they are using something that creates powerful real-world enterprise-class application.
Their official github pages: https://github.com/kivy/kivy
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