Coding for Kids

Coding for Kids

Coding for Kids

“Coding is the closest thing we have to a superpower.”
-Drew Houston, Dropbox Founder, Coder, Billionaire

The Idaho Falls Public Library offers free Coding for Kids workshops to junior library patrons, ages 8-12. Learn the basics of coding with kid-friendly software, programmable robots, and more!


Coding for Kids – Fall Session 1

September 10 – October 26, 2018
Monday – Friday, 4-5pm
Second Floor Open Space
Idaho Falls Public Library

Attend one day/week. Ages 8-12. Register at the children’s desk.


Coding for Kids – Fall Session 2

October 29 – December 14, 2018
Monday, Wednesday, or Friday 4-5pm
Second Floor Open Space
Idaho Falls Public Library

Attend one day/week. Ages 8-12. Register at the children’s desk.


Each daily session is limited to 25 students and is open to junior library patrons, ages 8-12. Classes are free, but require registration. Register in person at the children’s desk or over the phone at 208-612-8457. The library will provide Chromebooks during class instruction. Parents will be asked to help set up online accounts during the first week of the class.