Africa's First Coding Textbooks for Children
Computer Programming, simplified for children and young learners, inspiring creativity, promoting critical thinking, problem-solving and building future-readiness. Step-by-step curriculum based books that can be taught in school or at home.
What is in the book
Beyond coding, children will learn how to think creatively and critically, and acquire problem solving skills and experience
Core CS Concepts
We carefully explain core Computer Science concepts and principles that are foundational to an in-depth understanding of programming and software development, like Algorithms, Sequence, Events, Loops, Conditionals, DataTypes and more, in a way that children gain genuine understanding.
We designed activities that help drive deeper understanding of the lessons even without initial access to a computer. These hands-on exercises and puzzles help learners practice and prepare for coding even when offline, making the books effective even in large classrooms.
Coding with Scratch
The first language that we teach through the books is Scratch. It is free and works offline so you don’t need to worry about internet access, yet it is thorough enough to implement every concept or principle learnt. Learners create real projects. Eventually, we move on to coding in Python.
As the world becomes more internet driven, we don’t want to assume that children will just become natural responsible consumers of digital technology, they need to be taught, so we added key lessons on Digital Citizenship like staying safe online, creating good passwords, cyberbullying and privacy.
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Innovation and future driven schools are preparing their students for the future by integrating Computer Programming into their classroom curriculum using the Early Coding Book as a school textbook from as early as Grade One.
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