The school year is winding down, but that doesn't mean the learning has to. Kids who continue learning through the summer see learning benefits for up to two years afterward. You can help your students continue to grow as learners by encouraging them to continue programming at home. Here are a few quick and easy tips!
1. Send home Kodable log in details for parents.
Parents will be looking for educational programs to keep their kiddos occupied this summer. You can easily print log in instructions for all your students and send home instructions for parents to facilitate more programming!
2. Start a Summer Coding Challenge
Challenge your students to set their own learning goal for the summer! Students will share something they learned this year and something they want to learn over the summer. They will set a goal for the number of programs they want to write and can even track their progress to share with their friends next year!
3. Celebrate a year of learning with certificates for students
Recognize your students' achievements with a certificate they can take home. Proud learners love showing off their skills! Encourage them to keep learning with positive reinforcement.
4. Open next year's concepts for early practice.
Get students excited for next school year by letting them explore the concepts they'll be learning next year. You can easily adjust the grade level on your classes, so they'll have access to the next set of units without moving too far ahead. Early access will give them a point of reference when you're teaching the concepts next year!
Keep up all the great work and enjoy a fun and well earned summer vacation!