Codarica: Fun Coding Games to Teach Children as Young as 6 to Code


Codarica, Fun Coding Games to Teach Children as Young as 6 to Code

Coding is a highly useful skill that every child must have. It develops vital 21st century skills like problem-solving, critical thinking, communication, creativity, etc. Plus, it is absolute fun and encourages kids to become architects, not just users, of the technology.

Bill Gates once said, “Learning to write programs stretches your mind and helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.” Today, when the Internet is an integral part of our life, there are a number of platforms where kids can play with codes; CODARICA is one such platform.

Codarica iPad App

Codarica is a platform that emphases on teaching kids how to code through storytelling and gameplay. It has recently introduced an iPad app CodeQuest that get kids addicted on coding. With this app, children can make, innovate, and design their first website using basic CSS and HTML.

Kid’s knowledge of code will be tested with a lot of mini-games hidden in CodeQuest. They will play the game, challenge themselves as well as beat their own past scores. While playing, they can become coding expert. CodeQuest is launched with a main purpose to take kids age six to eight on their first adventurous coding journey, introduce them in the world of coding and learning one programming language at one time starting with CSS & HTML.

Features Available on CodeQuest

  • Over 100 snippets of HTML and CSS
  • Over 50 diverse combinations of frames colours available
  • Over 50 headings and manifold fonts
  • Users can add photo using built-in camera to personalized creation
  • Test recognition of HTML and CSS tags
  • Securely publish the self-coded and personalized website over the internet, and share with everyone
  • App keep updating parents on coding progress
  • Kids-friendly interface
  • No third-party advertising

Go ahead and use these features with Codarice, however, you must be above 13 to use these features. With CodeQuest-Website Adventures, kids can build, learn and share best and amazing website and make themselves perfect familiar with codes while having fun.

About the Author
Author: Prasanna Bharti
Prasanna is a blogger by profession, and loves to write about education technology. Her write-ups intend to provide a deep insight about enormous resources and ideas available to make learning better and effective with the use of technology.

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