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Screen Free Coding for early years

Why should preschoolers be introduced to coding?
Coding gives children the ability to understand how to “tinker” and shape their digital world.
As I see it, code literacy is a requirement for participation in a digital world. When we acquired language, we didn’t just learn how to listen, but also how to speak. When we acquired text, we didn’t just learn how to read, but also how to write. Now that we have computers, we are learning to use them but not how to program them. When we are not code literate, we must accept the devices and software we use with whatever limitations and agendas their creators have built into them – Douglas Rushkoff, Digital Literacy Advocate – Codecademy Understanding how technology works is important for the future our preschoolers. Not only so they have the necessary skills to live in a future world but so they can help build the future world.

What does coding look like for Preschoolers?
At the preschool level, you are laying a foundation for children to think like a computer programmer.

You do not need technology or a computer to introduce the first steps of coding.

Young children learn best through play.
Coding is fun and learning to code should be hands-on and fun. Making it a game or incorporating different hands-on toys can engage young children in learning the steps to thinking like a programmer.

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