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Five Ways Computer Coding Camp Benefits Your Child

Published on June 1, 2019
When you think of summer camps, you might not immediately think of computer coding camp... but perhaps you should!  For children with any interest in computers or video games, it can be an enriching experience, one which provides genuine life skills and job skills which could be the foundation for a lifetime of success. Plus, childhood truly […]
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Past Interview from THE LONDON FREE PRESS :Video Game Camp Expanding

Published on March 24, 2019
By Christopher Clark THE LONDON FREE PRESS Monday, March 8, 2010 In a battle for the hearts and minds, video games have a hold on kids that sometimes seems impossible to break. Summer camps sometimes do the trick, getting kids off the couch to a place where there may or may not even be a […]
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Past Interview from WINNIPEG FREE PRESS: "Camp’s ‘programs’ attract young fans"

Published on March 17, 2019
Summer computer students learn to design software By Leah Janzen WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Thursday, July 3, 1997 Like many kids, 12-year-old Adam Tsouras is going to camp this summer, but he won’t be tying knots or learning about archery. His days will be full of stuff like megabytes, microchips, and mainframes, not sing-songs, campfires and […]
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Four Big Benefits to Sending Your Child to Summer Coding Camp

Published on November 15, 2018
It's not too early to start thinking about how your child spends their next summer vacation - particularly if you're thinking summer camp.  Summer camps can fill up quickly - and the most popular options are usually also the ones which provide the most long-term benefits to children.  Options like summer coding camp. Coding camps […]
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Why Send Your Child to Coding Classes for Kids

Published on October 30, 2018
Do you have a son or daughter you can’t peel away from the computer or a child that’s become interested in programming? You can help them nurture their love for technology and the web by enrolling them in coding classes for kids. The team at Real Programming 4 Kids has helped thousands of children nurture […]
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Why Computer Programming Courses Make Sense for Children

Published on October 15, 2018
As one of the pioneers in providing computer programming courses to children, we're used to parents being skeptical of whether it's a good idea.  Every year our Real Programming 4 Kids team have people ask "But aren't computers too complicated?  Can kids really learn to program?" Absolutely! In fact, we firmly believe that children should […]
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The Surprising Benefits When Children Take Computer Programming Courses

Published on October 15, 2018
When talking about how beneficial it is for children to take computer programming courses, it's easy to focus solely on the practical side of things.  With robots and AI looking like the future of so many job markets, it absolutely makes sense to teach a child to program. In 10-20 years, programming may be one […]
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Computers Are the Future, Which Is Why Your Children Need Computer Programming Courses

Published on October 15, 2018
As a parent, it can be so hard to know which activities to sign your children up for.  It's vital to prepare them for the future, both in school and their career beyond, but what activities are really going to be able to help them years into the future? We can tell you one: computer […]
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Perhaps The Best Testimonial We've Ever Received!

Published on September 10, 2018
Hi everyone,  On Friday we received one of the best testimonials we could ask for. This is from Rita, a long-time instructor of ours who has moved on to become a professor of XR and Serious Gaming Assistant at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (pictured above). While we were sad to see her go, we […]
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Computer programming courses for kids works best in small class sizes

Published on July 10, 2018
This is what I know. Computer programming courses for kids work best in small class sizes! My experience is from 35 years as both a mathematics student and an educational business entrepreneur. I still remember my first-year university physics, calculus and linear algebra classes with 75 to 100 students per professor. This was in the […]
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