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Think Like a coder: Session 1: Amazing Algos

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In this session, children aged 3 to 6 are introduced to algorithms and how they can make their own algorithms for day to day activities.

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In this session, children are introduced to algorithms and how they can make their own algorithms for day to day activities. This programme is suitable for children aged 3 to 6 years old.      

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'Think like a coder' sessions are specially designed to develop  computational thinking skills in preschool children (age 3-6). These are for absolute beginners. 

Computational thinking is the process of breaking down a problem into simple enough steps that even a computer would understand. Computational Thinking is a life skill essential for survival in the 21st century. It lays the foundation of coding. Just like it is important for kids to learn English, Math and Science even though they may not all become writers, mathematicians or scientists, the kids born in this millennium need baseline coding competencies to stay relevant. It develops critical thinking and creativity as children learn new ways to solve a problem. Computational thinkers are problem solvers and innovators.

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Vidhi Singhal, is a tech enthusiast mother of two. She started Kinder Koder to teach kids computational thinking using unplugged games and activities without increasing their screen time.At Kinder Koder she has developed her own teaching framework for preschoolers which is aligned with International standards such as CSTA, UK’s CAS (Computing at School) and also Singapore MOE’s Kindergarten Framework 

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