Coding Kingdom is a fun experience for youth age six and up to freely explore coding and robotics. At Coding Kingdom, students choose video-based tutorials to complete coding objectives, modules to program a robot or coding cards to create their own fun, creative programs. All activities are hands-on and all equipment is provided.
There is no formal instruction or presentation at Coding Kingdom. Similar to an expo or fair, families can come and go as they please and students can freely move between activities, making their own decisions on how much time they want to spend at the different stations.
Registration is not required, but children under the age of nine must be accompanied by an adult.
The Hour of Code is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.
Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab and is available for free at scratch.mit.edu.
Blockly is an open source library provided by Google and licensed under Apache License 2.0.