Welcome to Peeps Note Book Pad Product Series

Gorilla Marketing Services provides electronic language resources to assist your family members to develop Positive Self-Concept.

An investigative study performed by Louisiana State University of traditional and electronic note-taking on student achievements and engagement in a Louisiana high school classroom over 20 weeks concludes…..

Students who took notes electronically performed less than traditional note takers when conceptual understanding is assessed.
The Peeps Matrix Note Book Pad is a traditional note-taking product that uses pop culture as a useful tool to engage students to learn with fun. It also offers an alternative resource for better learning stimulation.

At Gorilla Marketing Services, we provide home-study parents, educational materials, and a support portal to help you build confidence, responsibility, and learning in your children. While schools are the primary source of knowledge for children, home study parents are very vigilant.

Let’s help you to extend your child’s social and academic growth outside the walls of the classroom. Our effort so far has not only helped parents to be directly involved in their children’s education, but it has also assisted parents to enhance their kids’ desire to learn and succeed in popular culture society.

Coding Made Easy for Kids

We present our first of a series of notebook products – The Peeps Matrix Note Book Pad. This notepad is closely associated with the popular culture Matrix’s movie lead star “The One”, which is an anagram for Neo. The Peeps Matrix Note Book Pad introduces kids of all ages to the principles of coding. It contains interesting games and challenging puzzles, thereby helping your child to manipulate binary code, identify coding mistakes, and solve simple algorithm problems.

Empowering Your Kids to Code

Computer coding is a creative activity that your kids can engage in. Think about it for a minute. Helping your kids to code computers at a young age can set them up for a lifetime of success. Even if they don’t go into any computer science-related field, their coding knowledge will give them an edge in virtually every modern industry.

Why Teach Your Kids to Code?

Still not sure whether you want your kids to learn how to code. Many kids and young adults love solving puzzles and using clues to find answers. By learning coding with our notebook products, your child will understand how to solve problems analytically and how to think logically.

Online Free Computer Coding Camps
Ages: 14+ Code Wars is a coding website for kids who like competition. At Code Wars, you improve your skills by training with other coders. Coders pursue mastery by completing coding challenges in CoffeeScript, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, Java, Clojure, Haskell, or C# (Csharp).
Ages: 13+ App Inventor is a visual, blocks language for building Android Apps. Their coding website for kids features video tutorials and courses in a box.
Ages: 13+ Codecademy offers a comprehensive set of text-based courses on web development and related programming languages. Students can pick which language they want to learn and advance through lessons with instant feedback on their code.
Ages: 13+ Glitch is a simple tool for creating web apps. They’re evolving and simplifying developer tools, making it ideal for older kids who are learning to code. Coding on Glitch is like working together in Google Docs–multiple people can work on the same project at the same time.
Ages: 13+ GameBlox is a block-based programming site for making games online for web and mobile devices. It allows anyone to develop games that you can play online and on your mobile phone.
Ages: 4-11 Kodable teaches computer science fundamentals through kid-friendly, self-directed lessons. Students get to create and play alongside bright, cute characters.