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Apple announces Apple Camp and Kids Hour summer programs at the Apple store

Roman Loyola | June 21, 2017
Your local Apple store has free programs that can teach kids how to code, work with robots, and more.

 

Swift Playgrounds session

Apple also offers a Today at Apple session specifically for anyone—parents and kids—who wants to learn how to write code. The Get Started with Coding session teaches participants how to use Swift Playgrounds, Apple’s free iPad app that uses tutorials and challenges to teach coding concepts.

Participants in the Get Stared with Coding session must be at least 12 years of age. To find a session near you, visit Today at Apple and click on the Coding button.

 

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