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Code a father's day card
6-18 years
18th June 2022
What's in it for your child
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 Participation at a global level

Peer learning

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Free Lets Unbound Summer Camp for winners


Certificate of Completion


Get to learn coding with creativity

Event Timeline

A father is a man who expects his child to be as good a person as he meant to be.

Hall of Fame - Father & Me Stories
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Henry Ford & Edsel Ford

Founder and President of Ford Motor Company

Vikram Sarabhai & Mallika Sarabhai

The father of the Indian space programme | Classical dancer

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Alexander Graham Bell & Melville Bell

Researcher of Physiological Phonetics | Primary inventor of Telephone

What Will You Need?

A computer (PC, Mac)
An internet connection
Zoom App Installed
No prior programming experience needed
Enthusiastic you!

What Our Students & their Parents Say

Why Coding Is Important For Kids?

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Creativity is a core component in every domain of learning. The virtual world is unlimited, what has to be harnessed is merely a child’s imagination by establishing coding as an anchor.

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Collaboration skills

Every child's capacity to communicate ideas and thoughts with another individual to reach a common goal skyrockets when they learn to code.


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Problem-solving skills

Problem solving takes on a whole new meaning when your child knows how to code. Children quickly learn to fix and try new things in a variety of situations.


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Computational thinking

Computational Thinking is built on the foundation of coding. It teaches your kid to think critically about problems and come up with feasible solutions.



Why Join Our Workshop?

Free Session with our Top Mentor

A free session with one of the top mentors at Lets Unbound.

Sneak Peak into 21st century skills

A fun sneak peek into the world of 21st century skills with a highly inquisitive batch of students only to dive deep later.

Productive Weekend

A productive weekend where your child gets a realistic and practical insight into a new area of study.

Workshop Completion Certificate

Workshop completion certificate at the end of the hour.





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  • What is the Programming language being used?
    The programming language being used depends on the course. For Game/App/Animation development, we use JavaScript whereas Web Development is done using HTML and CSS for the front end and JavaScript for the backend. The Core Python course and the Core Java Course use Python and JavaScript respectively.
  • How will my child be able to learn coding in one 90 minutes workshop?
    Through the workshop, your child will be given a mere sneak peek into the world of coding. He/she will be given the opportunity to dive deep and explore the magical world of coding through this gateway. Teaching a concept and instantly applying the same to build a project motivates to think beyond the usual to further invent more and more games, apps, websites.
  • Does learning Game Development and Web Development have to be done in the same order?
    We suggest learning Game Development first because it helps the child to understand the logical flow of coding and computational thinking for problem solving. Students should develop logical and computational thinking ability primarily because that is the first step to mastering the concepts. Once they are familiar with those ideas, they may take up Web designing in the front end using HTML and CSS and move onto backend coding for websites using JavaScripts which includes syntaxes.
  • Can the projects that the kids do be published anywhere?
    Unbound students are able to develop practical and usable applications in game development and app development throughout the course. These projects can eventually be published and be made accessible to the public on their mobile phones.
  • How do you manage a group class with every student having different learning speeds?
    The concepts are repeated to the students who have difficulty understanding and any doubts they may have are solved immediately. Meanwhile, the students who have grasped the lesson already are given puzzles to solve to help them retain concepts better.
  • Will the students be able to cope up with their regular studies when they move up levels in the course?
    Yes. The sessions are only two days a week and concepts that the students learn are different from their regular academics. It can be seen as a fun and relaxing approach to learning new concepts rather than reading heavy material.
  • How can parents track the homework or learning status of their child?
    Homework links for each class are shared to the parents in three different ways, either using the class Journal, Classcard or an Excel sheet.The excel sheet also logs the completion of the homework by each student which can be accessed by the parents to keep a track on the progress of their child.
  • Are there any books that the student can refer to?
    We do not recommend any books. The kids at Unbound learn concepts using practical methods involving puzzles and projects which help them to remember the concepts well. They also maintain a virtual journal book by themselves, which they can refer to later on in case of any doubts.

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