Teaching Kids the Language of Coding

Hey Mom’s Guide readers! Code Ninjas is opening in Rancho Bernardo later this month, and we get a chance for a sneak peek at a private open house.

Both of my kids love technology and games, and I love how they are actually gaining important math, logic and problem solving skills when they play educational games. At Code Ninjaskids ages 7 to 14, learn coding by building games. They aren’t aware they’re learning while having fun. Their core promise “Kids have fun, parents see results” sounds cool.

Code Ninjas will offer drop-in learning, spring and summer camps, after school classes, even parents’ night out events and even STEM birthday parties. Kids receive color-coded wristbands and special recognition with certification to mark achievements, advancing from white to black, on the road to becoming a Code Ninja.


They say that coding is going to be as important to your kids as a second language. Join us at our VIP open house event to see if your kids are ready to pick up the language. 😉

I know my son is especially interested in the Code Drones camp where ninjas see their code in action by coding their very own drone to do flips, take off and land, follow him around, and even fight other drones. As he programs his drone, he will learn about variables, loops and more—all foundational programming concepts. Oh, and he especially likes that he gets to keep the drone!

If you would like to check out Code Ninjas with your 7-14 year old, please RSVP at this link. Our event will take place on Sunday, April 29th from 2-4 p.m. in Rancho Bernardo:

Code Ninjas

16773 Bernardo Center Dr.

Suite E (Behind Starbucks)

San Diego, CA 92128

If you can’t make the event, but have an interest in coding for kids, don’t miss out on Code Ninja’s “Founding Family” discount. The first 20 families that sign up before the grand open will receive:
– A Forever Discounted Drop-In monthly pricing of $259 ($349 regular) for up to 2 hours a week for 4 weeks each month
– Free Swag Bag with Cool stuff

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