The Juni Learning blog provides online educational resources about Computer Science, Mathematics, and English for kids and their parents.
We're thrilled to launch our second elementary-level English course for 2nd and 3rd grade students, Early Elementary B: Write Your Own Picture Book.
In our first English Open Challenge, students were asked to synthesize their experiences with COVID and envision a brighter future. Meet our winners!
Kids learn English best from student-centered programs. Learn how Juni's elementary English course empowers students to discover foundational skills.
Math success for kids starts with a strong foundation. Learn how our discovery-based courses give students the tools they need to become math experts.
Learn how fun it can be as a math major, from someone who writes our math curriculum. Genesis shares personal advice, college experience, and more.
Grammar doesn’t have to be boring. Learn how our course uses comprehensive and engaging projects to help your student master grammar and mechanics.
Meet our Math Open Challenge winners for Novemeber 2020. Kids from across the country participated in our Mission Artemis-themed math competition.
Our new AP Calculus course is built on College Board exam standards. Learn how it prepares students for AP Calculus AB or BC exam day.
Learn how to write your own novel for kids, in our online Novel Writing course! Use creative learning strategies to write a masterpiece.
The Juni Learner Portal now lets students share and record their projects in videos! Watch some of our first amazing student project presentations.
Learn to code basic web development animations in HTML and CSS for beginners. Follow this tutorial to practice the basics and also get creative!
Always wanted your own website? Learn how to make one with no web design experience needed! Get creative with basic HTML/CSS for kids and beginners.
Computational thinking is important to coding and to problem-solving. Learn how to introduce kids to computational thinking using simple examples.
Making a random password generator in Java is a great way to learn how real-life programs work. Learn how to make one yourself with this walkthrough.
Discover how to introduce children to variables, their usage in coding and mathematics, and how those usages relate to each other.