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Why Parents Love Skill Struck

by Skill Struck // Jul 16, 2019

Now that we’re living in the era of tech, most kids these days are exposed to many forms of technology at an early age. In fact, it’s surprising how quickly some two year olds can navigate to their fa . . .

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Skill Struck Releases Version Two of Ninja and Are Calling It Voyage

by Skill Struck // Jul 9, 2019

On July 1, 2019, Skill Struck released Voyage—version two of their recent product Ninja. Voyage is an affordable way for kids to learn how to code through fun, engaging coding challenges. Kids are . . .

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Introducing Ninja: Skill Struck's Newest Family Product

by Skill Struck // May 14, 2019

On May 14, 2019, Skill Struck released Ninja—an online learning product that provides fun, interactive coding challenges for kids. Families that are already enrolled in Skill Struck’s . . .

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Pizza, Ping Pong, Perks: What Your Employees Really Care About

by Skill Struck // Jan 30, 2019

Show employees you care about them, and their families, by giving them worthwhile skills. The year is 2019. You walk into a software company’s headquarters. Two employees cheer as they are . . .

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Your Children Want Video Games For Christmas? Better Yet, Give Them Coding.

by Skill Struck // Nov 26, 2018

Kids and teens love asking for more screen-time for Christmas. For most families, Christmas is a fun time to spend quality time together. As Christmas lists are sent to Santa, parents worry about w . . .

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What Is The Best Way To Learn Coding?

by Skill Struck // Nov 20, 2018

From online videos to bootcamps to tutors. Which is best for you or your child? According to Code.org, 67% of parents and 56% of teachers believe students should be required to learn computer sci . . .

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Should My Kid Learn to Code? 3 Reasons Why the Answer is Yes

by Skill Struck // Nov 8, 2018

There are a million activities competing for your child’s time. How do you know what is best? Meet Grace. As a teenager in today’s world, she goes from school to countless other activities. . . .

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