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The Benefits of Teaching Kids How to Code a Game

Game Creators teach valuable skills like coding through the medium of video games. There are many compelling reasons to teach children how to code this way, including developing their problem solving skills.


Learning to code games encourages critical thinking and persistence as kids work through the different challenges.


Game Creators also ensures the process involves plenty of creativity and imagination. During our workshops, kids can design games, magic up unique worlds, and develop all kinds of creative skills.


Learning how to code a game teaches valuable skills for the future.


We live in a technological age and kids need to learn very different skills compared to 40 years ago. Game development is one of the most fun and engaging ways for kids to learn programming languages. It improves their digital literacy and enables them to navigate technology more effectively.

It can also teach skills like project management, with kids having to set goals and work towards a finished product. This is useful in all kinds of areas of life. Another valuable skill is teamwork, which is an essential skill at school, work and in other aspects of life.


Learning to code is challenging and builds patience.


Debugging errors in code isn’t always enjoyable. Learning to code games helps kids develop patience and persistence in solving problems. This is particularly crucial in a world which encourages a shorter attention span.


Our coding workshops are brilliant for building future career opportunities. Although not all kids will work in this field, the skills they learn can be applied to all kinds of industries. Learning how to code a game has so many real-world applications.


It’s also great fun, with game development combining elements from all kinds of fields, including storytelling, psychology, art and music. Kids can explore this variety of subjects while working on one of our projects.


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