New Coding Resources for Kids

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Youth, Children

Randwick City Library now provides some great coding resources for kids to hone their programming skills, from learning the fundamentals of coding to programming their own robot.

Our new resources are:

BusyCode by Busythings introduces children aged 6 to 11 years to the fundamentals of coding, learning how to create, run and debug simple programs, and is a great lead into the programming platform Scratch.

CoderZ is a platform for 9 to 17 year olds to explore coding by programming their own virtual 3D robots. Kids will write, test and evaluate their code to solve problems from the real world, providing the opportunity to learn problem-solving and coding skills in a fun and engaging environment.

After more resources? The library also offers a great range of books on coding, as well as items available for loan from our Toy and Game Library.

Find all these resources on our website

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