## Description

Introducing kids to coding early is seen as vitally important by parents, educators, and tech leaders. Give your child a head start in learning how to code with Hopster Coding Safari.

We have created this animal themed pre-coding logic game to help kids learn the fundamentals of coding. Children are presented with a series of logic problems to solve, getting different animals to where they need to be.

What your child will learn from Hopster Coding Safari:

- The fundamentals of computational thinking
- Foundations of coding
- Problem solving
- Planning

This game will engage young children in computational thinking - the fundamental techniques needed to understand coding - without them realising they are learning. It will also ignite their passion for puzzles and problem-solving - all while playing a fun game with animals.

It could be the Tiger that needs to get back to her den, the Penguin trying to return to its Antarctic Ice Hole, the hungry Monkey desperate to get to the banana tree, or one of the other animals in this app - here, play is at the heart of learning to code.

The tasks in Hopster Coding Safari become increasingly complex to resolve, and completing them gently guides your child through the four fundamental techniques of computational thinking:

- Decomposition
- Pattern recognition
- Abstraction
- Algorithms

These are the basic techniques children need in order to learn how to code. So our game doesn't teach any specific programming languages but gives young children these foundations from which they will build on and learn to code.

Our Learning Goals:

1. Introducing children to computational thinking
• Going through a problem-solving process
• Breaking it down & looking for patterns
• Developing a step-by-step solution
• Reflecting on their choices

2. Delivering key computer science standards for UK (Early Years & Key Stage 1) and US Curriculum (Kindergarten through 2nd Grade)
• Understand what algorithms are
• Model the way programs store and manipulate data by using symbols to represent  information
• Develop programs with sequences and simple loops, to express ideas or address a  problem
• Decompose the steps needed to solve a problem into a precise sequence of  instructions
• Debug errors in algorithm that includes sequences and simple loops
• Use logical reasoning to predict the behaviour of simple programs

Toddlers and preschoolers will love the animal theme, and each one has been chosen to represent one of the 7 continents - Bear (North America), Fox (Europe), Tiger (Asia), Elephant (Africa), Monkey (South America), Penguin (Antarctica), and Kangaroo (Australia).

Built by the team behind Hopster, the award-winning kids learning and entertainment app, Hopster Coding Safari is 100% safe and ad-free.

Unlock the second coding world through a single in-app purchase or by using your existing Hopster subscription*

*You will need to create a Hopster login to use an existing subscription across other apps and platforms.

## What’s New

Version 3.3.3

We’re always making updates to Coding Safari. This time it’s nothing fancy, just some under the hood improvements.

## Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

angel juliet trotter ,

### Love it

Well my little sisters Love it and so does my student it’s the best learning puzzle ever they play it all the time and boosted their brain with knowledge there’s a best sisters and student I could ever have and I’ve been trying to find a game for them that that’s not too inappropriate. But then I found this game and it was perfect and I love the stickers and I get to add a sticker every time I wonder what happens when you get all the stickersPerfect game love it more than anything I would play it but I’m not that into a little kid stuff but if you can make an older kid one I would love it and I would play it all the time since I am I am running out of ideas for games to play because one of my games glitched and got ruined I’m glad for this and my sisters and student loves it so much my student is so smart and she can tackle any puzzle now she’s so good and she loves it thank you so much best puzzle ever.

Ziggyroo ,

### Great intro to coding skills

I didn’t want to be one of those parents that fights their kids when they use the screen. Instead I wanted to encourage mine to use it in a positive way. To that end I got this app for my 3 year old. He loves the sense of accomplishment when he completes the different levels and he’s engaged throughout the process.

Bmeza001 ,

### 2yr old plays Loves this game

My little one is 2 1/2 she plays only with the bear it’s a start but she loves the tigers im glad there are small children friendly apps now thank you for such a wonderful app to teach and have fun very easy for her and the other children I babysit all age ranges.

## In-App Purchases

World Two
Unlocks new challenges in a new world
\$1.99

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