Gifted children learn programming with robots

There are children and children in this big world and the gifted ones are no more special than those who are considered to be normal. They are just more skilled in a certain area of interest and they show more excitement and interest than other children.

Gifted children learn programming with robots

The first signs are there at a very young age and it is the parents’ obligation to observe them and to do something about it. If your child has a special talent then it’s your job as a parent to help him or her to follow and develop it.

Today we are going to talk about children with an analytical thinking that are born to program and create algorithms. There have been many cases of young minds that love this area of our modern world and who have made a noticeable difference.

How do I know my kid is a programming genius?

You just know. You’ll see that he/she is better at working with numbers, that he/she is more into analytical games than into those that require more creativity and art. If you observe your kid well enough, you’ll see that there is some sort of spark in him / her.

There are programs that try to make children interested in robotics and they use robots for this (big shocker). Robots are programmed with amazing learning processes that can capture a child’s imagination like no other game. Children learn science, technology, engineering and math by watching an interacting with their teaching robot. It’s an amazing process that can start in early grades and go on up to graduate school.

These robots are called educational automatons and they can take many shapes. They can be mini humanoids, wheels or boxes and they raise kids’ interest through color and shape. Even more, by interacting with these automatons, children learn computational thinking (a component of programming) without even realizing it.

The learning program also includes elements of robotics like artificial intelligence and circuits that the children learn by watching interesting videos.

This program is not just for children and robots. It is also a program for parents. We all know that once we become parents we have to find answers to all sorts of questions and dilemmas but what do you answer a child who likes to create robots or one who likes to program them? You have to learn together (if you are not also in this area of interest).