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Is 6 too young to start HTML?

My brother was 6 in June and he has nearly finished Scratch. Do you think he's too young to start making websites? I mean, I started when I was 10. Is he too young?

8/23/2019 1:39:54 PM

Rumy

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Yeah, Html doesn't need much intellect to learn, you can let him try it out 🙂

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i don't think he is too young. in general we put our own boundaries. he will continue to do what he understands, and where he doesn't you can help him ask the right questions.

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Just let him try it out. If it is to didficult for him you will notice that. Challenges for everyone! :)

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// In fact, it's because your child has the focus on programming (basically, that is to say that your child has the passion to program). There is no age to do it.

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Not too young if he understands.

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Html+ CSS + JS? But i think he will have fun with html :)

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Well, an ability to read and use a keyboard might be useful, but sure

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Um........ i didnt know too much about it

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Awesome at reading but only uses a hand to type

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Musk made his first program when he was 13, so it doesn't matter :P

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It is better if we started earlier . After that new things are come it is easier to understand it properly

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If he can understand HTML, he can do it...

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Age shouldn't concern anyone. It's a very good idea to start as early as possible. Learning programming at a early age can be very significant in the long run. I regret not learning programming at a younger age. But your brother has the potential to become a very intelligent computer science geek start at this age. It is important to start off easy. HTML is a great language to start off as a beginner programmer. Start building small projects and keep enhancing throughout the couple of months. Once that's done for, your brother can start then with CSS. Finally JavaScript the most popular language in web development. I give good lucks to your brother in his near future. I only been developing web apps for 3 years. I still need to continue studying but always make sure you always have your head in the game.

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Coding has no age There are so many people who started coding at 5 years of age

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yes but if you want to be celever you can learning now

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You have to be at least 13 to discuss anything on Sololearn https://www.sololearn.com/Terms-of-Use/

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Thanks guys! But one Q: What if he finds it too easy? What could he do next?