Top Five Coding Languages To Learn For Kids in 2019

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We need to teach our Kids to code to succeed in the current world. With the rise of the STEM education movements around the world, it is high time we start now. But where do you start?

Here, we will introduce you to Top Five Coding Languages to learn for Kids in 2019.

1. Scratch 3.0

Scratch was created by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab as a children’s programming language. It is believed to be the best programming language for kids ages 8 to 16. This coding language incorporates a building-block interface and connects a kid’s progress learning to code with the experience of playing with building blocks.

scratch programming

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2. Python

It’s really more important for your kids to think about how to program than to write lines and lines of code. Python is designed to present very few obstacles when it comes to learning how to program, and students will easily be able to learn how to construct programming ideas.

Python

3. Swift

Swift is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language. Developed by Apple Inc. for iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, Linux, and z/OS, it is an open-source coding language used by app developers all over the world. Swift is the future of Apple development.

Swift Programming

4. Blockly

Blockly was developed by Google, and it works like Scratch since both use the building-block approach to coding. Google, the developer, has also created a dedicated page for Blockly that provides added help and coding practice.

Google Blockly

5. Java

Java plays a significant role in developing apps and creating websites. However, choosing Java means you are aiming for bigger fish. It is generally considered more difficult than Scratch and Python. That said, once you’ve learned and understood Java, the way is open for learning other, more basic, coding languages.

Java Programming

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If you want to know why should kids learn to code, check out our article here.

And if you want to know about 10 Resources that can help Your Children with Coding, check this article here.

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