A very useful game when you have a few free minutes, such as in transport or between regular boring classes in college. Interesting design, easy to use.
Last year (19-20) we purchased a Code Combat subscription for my son. It was listed above his age and grade level (they recommend ages 9+/4th grade), but he has caught on to coding easily so I thought I'd give it a try. Unfortunately, it was just too advanced for a kindergartner that is still learning how to read fluently. That's not the fault of the program, but I definitely caution others to try before you buy if your kiddos are below the recommended age. Anyway... now we had a coding subscription we couldn't use and the charter wouldn't cover a second- so code.org to the rescue.
Code.org is absolutely free. They have coding lessons for ages 4+ that are amazingly intuitive to use, and they even have ones aimed at pre-readers- so your child can start coding before they can even read. I've heard complaints about the use for older kids, but for early elementary I think it's perfect. They also have Hour of Code which is a one-hour tutorial- there are 500+ to choose from in 45 different languages. And it's FREE.
These puzzles on code.org are fun and challenging but most importantly educational. This website helps me learn how exactly coding works. Highly recommended because it is fun and educational!
On Code.org, there are variety of courses available for different age and purposes. It is a fantastic resources that can grow with the learner and provide a comprehensive coding education.
This non-profit provides free resources to teachers and to casual coders. They started the Hour of Code, and now have literally hundreds of short tutorials and mini-games designed to get people interested in coding (which is much easier to learn these days). They also have a ton of online curriculum for teachers for all grades, from kindergarten all the way to a high school course, complete with lesson plans, online tools, videos, handouts, offline "unplugged" activities, assessments, progress tracking? And more. They also offer free and subsidized training for teachers that is really good.
This site is one of the best kept secrets on the web!
This resource is good to learn code online. They have a number of different courses for different age groups. Students will find it easy to learn and trainee practically.
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