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Math + Coding + Problem Solving = Computational Thinking

Strong Mathematical skills along with coding capabilities will give your children superpowers for tomorrow. At Cuemath, we have:
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Cartoon time to Coding time

Engage your children in Cuemath coding classes, and see them innovating & creating instead of watching cartoons!
Multiple Projects
Personalized Curriculum
The Why Behind What
Progressive Development
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Math & Coding Are The New Life Skills

Our personalized tutors will assist your kids in learning coding in a fun & easy manner.
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Our personalized tutors will assist your kids in learning coding in a fun & easy manner.
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Game Development via Block-based Coding

  • Command Sequence
  • For-loops
  • Events
  • Nested loops
  • Code Reviews
  • Code Optimisation
  • If-else conditions
  • While-loops
2 Levels
Grade 1-3
40 Hours

App Development via Block-based Coding

  • Event-based program
  • Basic design
  • Defining buttons
  • Adding screens
  • Controlling variables
  • User input
  • If-else statements
  • Conditional logic
2 Levels
Grade 4-8
40 Hours

Game Development via Python

  • Loops
  • Functions
  • Conditional statements
  • Event listeners
  • Modules
  • Dictionaries
  • Files & classes
  • Function arguments
2 Levels
Grade 5-10
40 Hours

Web Development via HTML-CSS Javascript

  • Lists, tables & forms
  • Divs & backgrounds
  • Styling through CSS
  • Blocks & Inlines
  • Data types
  • Operators
  • Boolean logic
  • Switch statements
2 Levels
Grade 7+
40 Hours

Java (AP Computer Sci A)

  • Primitive types
  • Objects
  • Boolean expressions
  • Iteration
  • Writing classes
  • Arrays
  • Inheritance
  • Recursion
2 Levels
Grade 7+
40 Hours

Game Development via Block-based Coding

App Development via Block-based Coding

Game Development via Python

Web Development via HTML-CSS Javascript

Java (AP Computer Sci A)

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Math & Programming Skills to Improve

Logical Reasoning
Logical Reasoning
Critical Thinking
Critical Thinking
Problem Solving
Problem Solving
Creative Expression
Creative Expression
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Stories of students took part in coding challenge

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Coding is About Creative Problem Solving

And who better to learn from than the experts at Cuemath!
Curriculum by IIT and Cambridge Alumni
Personalized Learning Plan for every student
Unique Visualization Learning Techniques
Math + Coding = Computational Thinking
Curriculum by IIT and Cambridge Alumni
Personalized Learning Plan for every student
Unique Visualization Learning Techniques
Math + Coding = Computational Thinking
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the course curriculum like?
Our course is divided into Tracks. Each track has two levels.
  • The first track focuses on the basics of computer programming along with the basic game development using block-based coding.
  • The second track will focus on mobile app development, also using block-based programming.
  • After these basics modules are done, then we move to Python and other programming languages.
What is the duration and frequency of classes?
Each class will be 45 min.
We recommend 2 classes per week. However, 1 class per week can also be managed if the schedule does not permit 2 classes.
What is the price?
The prices vary with the time period that you choose. Generally, one module is completed over a period of 3 months / 24 classes. Prices reduce if you opt for a 6 month or 10-month tenure. Take a free trial session to know more.
Will the same teacher teach all the tracks?
The same teacher may not be available as the student progresses. Teachers are assigned based on their specialization.
E.g. a teacher specializing in teaching Python may not also specialize in Block-based coding.
Do we have to follow the track sequence? Can we start with Python directly?
We recommend starting with block-based coding even if students have experienced this in school as Cuemath focuses on building thinking and problem-solving skills first. After the first level, your teacher will be able to evaluate whether the student can be fast-tracked to the Python module.