As they explore new lands you will learn programming concepts from the ground up. Using code, solving and building puzzles they will develop skills that allow them to progress in the game. Designed around being a first introduction Code Kingdoms doesn’t require any previous programming experience. The lesson plans are built in tutorials that give all the guidance necessary.
In the UK computing has been introduced into the national curriculum this year, twenty-four percent of the children say that it’s their favorite subject. However two in five parents don’t want to help with homework because they don’t readily know how too. The game was founded in hopes the game will get students to want to code outside of school as well.
The world of computer programming is quickly turning into the core competency for all kinds of workers. Will every job in the future involve programming? No. But it also helps with problem solving skills in general. Even if the child never becomes a software engineer it will help them understand technology and how it works.