Hello! I’m gearing up to start teaching my little some math. I started making a few printables for her, and I thought I would release them here as I make them.
This free pre-k math printable focuses on number recognition and has a space, planets, and sky theme. I’ve also made a fruit-themed variation. I’ve placed previews of the free printables below, and the downloads are at the bottom of the page. Enjoy!
Wanna learn to code? It’s easier than ever before.
With so many high-quality and free options available thanks to learning websites like edX and Coursera, you can start to learn to code for free anytime you want. In fact, there are so many free courses to choose from that it may be overwhelming to make a decision. Especially if you’re new to computer science courses.
Additionally, if you choose to continue with programming after learning your first language, you’ll pick up the second one a lot quicker. You can learn to code in as many as you find useful or interesting.
I’ve laid out 3 different paths here. Each is a little “mini-degree” of courses, if you will, that uses a particular language or set of languages.
Pick a path and get busy learning to make awesome stuff with code for free today!
Learn to Code in Python || 4 courses || about 245 hours
Here are a few additional resources that will be helpful if you choose to learn to code in Java. Codecademy and Sololearn have interactive tutorials that you can use to repeat any weak points you might have or fill in any gaps in your introductory learning. BlueJ is an excellent choice of an IDE for a new Java developer. You may want to try it out if you think you’d enjoy seeing your code laid out visually or if it might help you learn more effectively. Eclipse is a widely used IDE for Java developers.
DevTips YouTube Channel – High-quality development and design tutorials. Usually shorter, bite-size videos. Strong design skills, so great to watch if you’re not a wonderful designer but want to get your daily dose of design inspo in.
Traversy Media YouTube Channel – Great longer tutorials and entire playlists for learning a whole new technology.
No matter what technologies you choose to learn to code with, make sure to get familiar with GitHub, the free, open-source version control software you should be using to back up and share your code! Here’s a free Udemy course on how to use GitHub.
I hope this list helps you learn to code! I’ll be updating it as I find more resources and I plan to add more languages. Thanks for reading. Are you learning to code right now? Comment below what you’re currently learning and how it’s going for you!