Coding for Kids this Saturday

Free sessions for grades 3-5 and 6-8 will introduce kids to age appropriate coding.

Iridium Tutoring is offering special free programs at the Southborough Library this Saturday. They will be introducing kids in grades 3-8 to the fun of coding.

The sessions are split by elementary and middle school to allow age appropriate demonstrations.

Registration is required for the events to be held on Saturday, May 18th on the Library’s Main Floor.

Coding For Kids flyerCoding for Kids (Elementary) — 12:30 – 2:30 pm

Students will be introduced to block coding through a Wonder Dash Robot. (Sign up here.)

Middle School Coding flyerCoding for Kids (Middle School) — 2:45 – 4:45 pm

Tutors will use a computer electronics kit to show students how microcomputers can be developed. (Sign up here.)

Iridium Tutoring is a teen-volunteer-run non-profit that was launched in 2020 by Southborough students. They continue to offer:

Free virtual tutoring for grades K-12 scheduled one session at a time. Unlimited sessions. No strings attached.

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