Coding is a new type of literacy. Just as writing helps you organize your thinking and express your ideas, the same is true for coding. We focus on coding without the screen or need of literacy for children 3-6 years old. By teaching the basics of computer programming through adventure and hands on play, our educators make abstract concepts accessible to the very young. In addition to coding skills, teaching also develops problem solving, basic math, communication and creativity, while physical manipulation hones fine motor skills. Small playsets of 2-3 children encourage students to work as a team and develop their spoken language skills, also fostering collaboration. Together children are introduced to simple computing language like “command” and “function” as they learn to test, debug, and fix their own coding sequences.