Bomberbot and Club Adventure launch summer camp to learn programming Bomberbot and Club Adventure Youth Holidays are organizing Code Camps together this summer. The children (8-13 years) learn to program their own game in one week. Parents don't have to worry about their kids sitting behind the screen all day: Club Adventure has been organizing children's camps in beautiful outdoor locations surrounded by nature for more than 30 years. Every day children receive 3 hours of programming lessons, the rest of the day Club Adventure organizes fun and challenging outdoor activities such as a climbing forest, escape
Indispensable for children in the 21st century; working on digital literacy in a fun and accessible way. In the American state of North Carolina, a twelve-year-old boy managed to earn his high school diploma and graduate in the same week. He managed to cram both school periods into one year. Mike Wimmer tells the American news channel CNN that he has a great interest in robotics and programming. When he was one and a half years old, the now-graduated teenager received his first iPad and there was immediately great interest in how such a device works.
How learning to create technology and programming can make a difference As a parent you want to prepare kids for the world. And although technology is central to our society today, there is hardly any teaching on how children can interact responsibly with technology. Programming can help with that. In this article, we highlight the important skills kids learn by creating technology and programming and how this can make a difference to their future. And you really don't have to be a techie for that! ;) Creating technology stimulates... 1. Creativity When you are creating technology,
Bomberbot joins Coderise to prepare a digitally skilled next global generation Bomberbot is very proud to announce their acquisition by Coderise, an organization focused on providing upward social mobility to the underprivileged communities through software programming education. Bomberbot and Coderise will offer a new program in the USA that aims to teach middle school students digital skills through an extracurricular computer science and media literacy program. Bomberbot, founded in the Netherlands in 2014, is very happy excited as this acquisition takes the social enterprise a step closer towards their mission: bring digital skills and computer science skills to
Let us introduce ourselves. We are Bomberbot. We are a social enterprise founded in the Netherlands in 2014. It is our mission to bring digital skills to girls and boys around the globe. In 2020 we joined Coderise, an organization that provides software education to the underprivileged in Latin America and the USA. We are very proud that, as of today, we will work together towards our joint ambition: making digital skills and basic computer science skills available for everyone to learn. Why digital skills? We believe that digital skills are necessary in the 21st