As the World Health Organisation has officially declared the novel coronavirus – COVID-19 as a pandemic, governments across the world are racing against time to slow the spread of the disease. With 200,000 cases reported globally, and more than 9,000 deaths, the virus has been raging across all the continents except Antarctica.
We’re living in unprecedented times. None of us in living memory have had to face a situation that is staring at us right now. We’re all trying to make sense of it all. With schools closed down, our foremost thought is to ensure that our children are not deprived of opportunities to study, learn and grow.
So, you’re stuck at home, what can you do in the meantime?
#1 Learn to code
Avishkaar is running coding courses for beginners where your child can learn about the basics of coding including how to design an animation sequence, game designing along with simulation. Check out if you want to enroll for the same – http://bit.ly/3cTSl13
#2 Build an Awesome Bot!
By now you must have built several kinds of robots at your home or school. But have you tried making more complex, advanced robots such as Archery bot, Walker bot or a Rope Car bot? You can check out the “How To” tutorials here and build your own versions of the bot!
#3 Take our simulator for a drive
Ever wanted to design an animation sequence? It’s a special feeling to see your written code come alive and work as how you envisioned it. Give our simulator a whirl and find out what’s so great about it for yourself!