• Irene
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    Have you ever thought that coding can be fun?

    In recent weeks, Ojala Niños received a generous donation of coding kits, from Tech + Me. Coding provide develop critical thinking, logic, decision-making and other life skills needed to be successful today.

    The kits included a friendly explanation about what is binary code, what it is used for and exercises to decipher messages encoded in binary code, finally beads and thread to make a bracelet with each person's name encoded in binary code.

    Everyone really enjoyed it and learned something new!

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    Digital literacy is very important for the new generations to be able to integrate into the work environment, but also to learn new things in a fun way, that is why we want to start our computer learning program, would you like to be a volunteer in this program?

    Write me an email to apply for volunteering with us!

    Irene Fuentes
    Executive Director

    552-669-4821
    www.ojala-ninos.org
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