Coding & Programming

Coding & Programming

Targeted group:
Children of 3 to 14 years
Medium of instruction:

Scratch Programming

  • It is fun, interactive, and enables your kids to trigger their creative side.

  • It Sharpens analytical skills and logic

  • It is visually appealing since kids can visualize their coding

  • It is Easy to grasp since it is primarily designed for kids

  • It Serves as an introduction to high-level and complicated programming

Ichigo Jam

This lesson, helps kids to:

  • Create a sequence of commands to control  devices
  • Understand hardware and software design requirements
  • Understand basic concepts in the embedded computing systems area

Code a pillar toy

This lesson, helps kids to:

  • learn new language and mathematical vocabulary through hands-on activities.
  • develop their imagination by designing their own obstacle course.
  • enhance their coding skills by sequencing and guiding the Code-a-pillar forward, backward, left and right.
  • become creative story tellers, developing their own stories and sequences


  • Ozobot introduces children to computational thinking 

  • Ozobot offers children basic programming skills

  • children develop reasoning and problem-solving skills while developing codes for performing various tasks.

  • Children learn mathematics in a fun way since they learn while being
    engaged and playing

Why should your kids learn Robotics & Programming?

Do your children spend too much time on the computer, phone or tablet? Don’t you wish they could do something more productive? Why not get them to learn a life long valuable skill that will lead them into a career that pays much money.

Robotics and Programming are ones of 21st-century skills that enable children to be creators, rather than just consumers, of technology. Its emphasis on problem-solving is applicable across disciplines, driving growth and innovation across all sectors of the workforce.

These skills empower your children to be engineers and innovators with the ability to turn their ideas into reality.