Junior Coder is an exciting new game that introduces kids to computer programming concepts!
Junior Coder uses games and puzzles to teach the basics of computer science. At the end of each game kids can create their own puzzles and challenge themselves or their friends. Learning by doing is the most effective way of learning. Junior Coder does just that. Each programming concept is introduced as a unique and fun game. Kids play 5 levels to grasp the idea and then they create similar puzzles to challenge themselves. By practicing this method it reinforces the concept that they learn. Games that teach algorithmic thinking and sequencing are available for free. Additional games available with in-app purchase.
# Algorithmic Thinking
# Sequencing skill
Additional Features with in-app purchase:
# Pattern Recognition
# Repetition and Looping
# Function and Procedural Thinking
# Control Flow Using Conditional Logic
# Debugging And Problem Solving
# Efficient Programming
This app is targeted at advancing education and is ideal for kids 7+ but anyone who can read and loves challenges can play. It starts off with simple sequential thinking and then moves on to more complicated concepts of looping, conditional flows, functions and optimal solutions.
The stellar award chart keeps track of the progress and motivates kids. Kids earn badges and medals as they complete each game. This app is suitable for classroom supplement and is great for Hour of Code.
Try Junior Coder for free and start learning computer programing concepts! For more information visit our website at http://nybleapps.com/
- Added in-app purchase.
- Added 'How to play' demo.
- Minor bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
My son loved it
Both me and my son loved this app - it's pretty cool. The app is well laid out with quite a few challenging puzzles. We really enjoyed the feature that we could create our own puzzles and challenge each other. My son loved creating treasure maps.
My kid loves it
Easy to use app. Nicely introduces the concepts to kids.
Nice app. Loved solving the puzzles.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.