Holiday Coding Activity


If you want to improve your child's math, writing, and logical thinking skills, expose them to coding activities. Coding promotes these skills because it requires kids to break complex problems into smaller, more manageable problems.

As kids learn to code, they increase their chances of success and being able to analyze problems. 

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We've created a couple of free paper coding printable activities that introduce kids ages 4-7 to basic coding skills. Kids must find the correct algorithm to get the elf to the Christmas Tree and the Gingerbread Man. Once kids discover the correct algorithm, they can uncover a secret message.

Holiday Coding Activity

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