Do we need to teach children to program? Will this help them in the future? Even if you don't think your precious child will connect his life with this activity, the answer is yes! The most important aspect of programming is that it teaches thinking and reasoning logically. The constant search for solving problems requires an integrated approach and discipline. In addition to this, we are observing an increase in children's interest in technology, which can be extremely beneficial. Through the game the child is easier to perceive information. Games are logical, consistent, and at the same time fascinating. The game process completely simulates the programming process. So it turns out that while playing certain games, the child gradually prepares for a more complex and complex process—how to write algorithms and even write code.
Raising an introverted kid can be perplexing to extroverted parents, who cannot understand totally their bairn, his quietness, alienation, and difference to them. Nowadays, in a society geared towards extroversion a lot of perceived success is based on self-promotion, exhibiting yourself and your skills. Introverted people sometimes can't cope with such pressure. They are not just ‘shy’ as inexperienced parents may claim, they simply think and express themselves differently. Such children have their own strengths and abilities that need to be nurtured and developed. This is a challenge for parents that they must pass with honor and dignity in order to make their child happy, prepare him to social scrutiny and adapt it to the world of completely different people.