When we are ready with the essential skills we can move forward for real coding.

  • Drawing and Animation
  • Making webpages
  • Games and visualizations
  • Querying and managing data
  • Robotics

For older kids we can move forward for more advanced topics like:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Game design
  • Augmented reality

Speaking frankly what to learn next is really a question of interest, but every kid has to be understand the basics which will give them the strong foundation and understanding how to move forward.

What are the basics?

  • Logic
  • Problem solving methods
  • Maths
  • Understanding simple then complex exercises
  • Root cause analysis
  • Goal settings

We are teaching maximum 1-2 kids (preferably close friends or siblings) at the same time for 50 minutes.
Please do not forget to check the FAQ site if you have any question

1 hour tutoring

For 3 kids
Tutoring 3 kids for 50 minutes
Preferable for siblings or close friends:)
Discipline is needed
No laptop required
Tailored planed based on need and experience

1 hour tutoring

For 2 kids
Tutoring 2 kids for 50 minutes
Preferable for siblings or close friends:)
No laptop required
Tailored plan based on needs and experience

1 hour tutoring

For 1 kid
Tutoring 1 kids for 50 minutes
No laptop is required
Tailored plan based on needs and experience
From age 5 years old

Who we are what we are doing?

I am working as a software developer, and business consultant for many years in the IT business for a long time. I have 3 kids, and I believe teaching my kids and others to coding is essential for their future, that’s why I have been started to teach during my after-work time in our family garage:) Do not forget every great company started their future somewhere:)

What you are teaching?

I am teaching kids to coding, starting for the essential coding skills, and continue with them based on their requirements and interest.

What this is mean? We are starting the first class to identify where is your kid’s knowledge, and based on that we are using blocky coding to teach the basic essential skills. It is a long process, and need practice and fun as well. It is totally up to the kid how quickly can he absorb these steps.

Our primary site to teach these things is the code.org. There is lots of other great sites on the internet who are teaching with this method, but code.org is totally free, and if your kids feel that they would like to move forward alone during their play-free time, it is totally up to them, and they are free to do it.