Google shared a series of best apps for children and adolescents to learn programming.
Interactive games, puzzles, challenges, and tons of resources to get you started on programming in a fun way.
ScratchJr is a language for introducing children ages 5 to 7 to programming. Using the blocks, children can create their own stories and games.
In addition, they have a series of tools for them to develop other skills and let their imagination fly with the characters they create. For example, they have colors, sounds, the ability to add images or their own voices.
Tynker Junior is also intended for children from 5 to 7 years old. It has over 200 coding challenges, puzzles, and adventures with different characters. For example, children will be asked to help endangered animals cross a jungle, give life to robots, recover a treasure, among other slogans.
This application has many resources, although keep in mind that you will have a free trial period, but then you will have to pay a subscription.
It has a simple and practical dynamic that allows you to apply the knowledge learned in real life examples.
In addition to its mobile apps, Grasshopper works as a web application, so you can follow your learning from the browser.