Tuscaloosa

Serving Tuscaloosa, Walker, part of Bringham and Jefferson counties in Alabama

CompuChild® of Tuscaloosa, Alabama

WELCOME! CompuChild is currently offering classes in Tuscaloosa and surrounding communities. We expose our students to the possibilities of technology through computer classes that are fun, interactive and educational!

Parents and child care centers are welcome to call or email us at any time to learn more about our program. Make sure to ask about how you can earn a free class. We look forward to enriching and educating your child!

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Lego® Robotics

Kinder

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

Preschool

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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Lisa Hunt

CompuChild is currently offering classes in Tuscaloosa and surrounding communities. We expose students to the possibilities of technology through computer classes that are fun, interactive and educational!

Parents and child care centers are welcome to call or email us anytime to learn more about our program. Make sure to ask about how you can earn a free class. We look forward to enriching and educating your child!

Featured Blog Posts

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Do you have technology rules for your kids? Chances are you do. Most families have rules like ‘don’t text and drive’ or ‘no device at the dinner table’

A small study conducted by the University of Michigan and University of Washington, studied 249 parent-child pairs across 40 states. Their...

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