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Kids understand technology much more intuitively than adults. Which is probably why kids and smart phones are often grouped together. Your child might understand your phone or computer better than you. That's a good thing. Computer coding and computer literacy are vital aspects of today's education.
Your child will need computer literacy in order to compete in the future job market. So how do you make sure your child is using the computer in a way that won't hurt their development? Learning computer coding is great, but simply knowing ways to use the computer to learn makes a huge difference.
If the future is in computers, then the future is now. In almost everywhere you go computer literacy is necessary. Both in school and in the work force everyone needs at least basic computer literacy to understand the world today. This is why your child's success is tied with computer coding
Computer coding will help your child's academic success in unexpected ways. It wont just boost their computer literacy but will increase their math, reading, and writing skills. When they learn computer programming they strengthen their resilience, patience and deductive reasoning. Find out more.