Summer Fun—Day 67: Get Creative with Screen Time

For about the gazillionth day this summer, it's raining. Embrace the day and let the kids do something productive on their screens by coding a game!

Here are some cool spots to hit online to learn a new coding skill or two...guilt free.

Code.org

Kids in grades K–12 can hop onto this website for free hands-on learning tutorials that teach everything from coding basics, to app design, JavaScript and HTML, all at age appropriate levels.

Lynda.com

Create a free account using your library card, and check out a gazillion different options for tutorials in whatever software your kids are interested.

Tynker.com

Tynker teaches kids to code everything from games to apps to robots with fun tutuorials for all age groups.

For more ways to help your kids get creative and productie with their screen time, check out this article from our July 2018 issue.

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