Hi everyone! I’m Ifra and I’m 7 years old. Since the pandemic started last year, I’ve been attending virtual school like many of you. My parents inspired me to spend my time productively and have fun at the same time. Some of the things I’ve been learning and doing since last year are learning to code fun games on a computer program called Scratch, Arts and Craft, Digital Drawing, Cooking and Traveling.

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  • About KidsFunLearn

    Hi, I’m Ifrah!

    I started my blog in 2021 when I was a second grader. People say I’m passionate about learning new things everyday. I love programming, playing chess, science, saving the environment, and creating many kinds of artwork among other things. I love to share with others and teach what I learn. I recently won the “Lois Curtis Inclusion Award” from the Maryland Department of Environment for designing a 3D environmental/recycling artwork. Check it out here…

  • Procreate

    Procreate is an easy to use art app that is fun and organized. In procreate, you can create the silliest and cutest images that you want, or they can be so professional that they’ll be hung on a wall with a golden frame.

    I’ll teach you all about the different brushes and layers in Procreate. Once you try it, you’ll realize it’s more easier and fun than you’d ever had expected!

    You can check out my blog and Youtube channel to learn more!

  • ♙ Chess ♙

    Chess is a fun, logical, and clever game. The game resembles two royal sides battling, trying to trap each others’ king. I can teach you the pieces and rules of Chess if you don’t know it, and if you do, I’ll teach you exciting new strategies.

    The names of the pieces in chess are:

    • King ♚
    • Queen ♛
    • Knight♞
    • Bishop♝
    • Rook♜
    • Pawn♙

    Check out my blog and Youtube channel to learn more!

  • Scratch

    Scratch is a fun, easy-to-use kids programming language. It uses block-like code so kids can understand the basics of coding. Some examples it can be used for:

    • Games
    • Animations
    • Coding Robots

    I often use scratch to make fun games and animations. Here is a link to it so you get an idea of what it’s like:


    Here is a quick tutorial on how to get set up:

    1 – Go to Scratch(link above)

    2 – Click “Join Scratch” (if you don’t have an account)

    3 – Put in your username and password

    4 – Ask an adult to the rest.

  • Math

    Today’s post is about how to do easy math