Coding for kids should be introduced as young as possible. Not only does it teach skills that will be emmediately relevant in tomorrows job market, it helps strengthen skills in a number of corally areas such as math, reading, spelling and problem-solving. Later on it will help kids develop skills in geometry, trigonometry, statistics, data analysis, physics and more.

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Amanda Shah

App Lab is a programming environment where you can make simple apps. Design an app, code with blocks or JavaScript to make it work, then share your app in seconds.

game development

Game Lab is a programming environment where you can make simple animations and games with objects and characters that interact with each other.

web development

Web Lab is a programming environment where you can make simple web pages using HTML and CSS. Design your web pages and share your site in seconds.

Our goals and Metrics

In today’s digital age, knowing how to code can be likened to being able to read. When we teach our children to read and write, add and subtract, we’re teaching them ways to interact with the world around us. Considering our world is becoming more and more digital, filled with smart devices that allow us to turn on our lights 15 minutes before we arrive home or lock our front doors as we leave, learning to code will help kids better understand –and control– their world. The reality is, anyone can learn to code. Coding is nothing more than telling your computer what to do in a language the computer understands. And the sooner we accept this, the sooner we can equip our children with the right tools. As Ikusasa Technology Solutions, we strive to give kids the best possible education and tools so they can thrive in an entrepreneurial and innovation-led society.