Northeast Arkansas

Serving Craighead, Greene, Mississippi, White counties and nearby area in Arkansas

CompuChild® of Northeast Arkansas

We offer highly interactive and fun-filled after-school classes for pre-kindergarten and elementary school students in the Northeast Arkansas area. Our primary purpose is to expose children to basic concepts in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) so they start to get interested in these topics. We try to instill and entrepreneurial mindset in students which prepares them to be independent thinkers.

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Lego® Robotics


Technology program in Lego Robotics with focus on hands-on model building, drag & drop programming, and understanding of machines such as motors, gears, pulleys, sensors etc.

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Pre-programming Logic

3rd - 6th

From CogAT test by the GATE program to advanced work in computer programming, skill sets such as quantitative aptitude, pattern recognition, non-verbal reasoning, deductive and inductive logic etc.

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Introduction to Machines


This technology program has been designed for preschool students to get an early understanding of machines such as wheels, gears, pulleys and axles using fun Lego® blocks.

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About the owner

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Toni Holmes

My name is Toni Holmes. CompuChild has been teaching kids in the Northeast Arkansas area for almost 24 years now. Originally from Tyler Texas, I relocated to Jonesboro over 30 years ago. I am married with two grown sons, but so far no grandkids! I worked in retail for several years, started teaching part time for CompuChild in 2006, then got the opportunity to buy the franchise in 2011. It is such a pleasure teaching your kids and knowing that we are a part of their education journey.

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