Code.org

Code.org

9 rated by 1 user
The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages for all ages.

Lightbot : Code Hour

Lightbot : Code Hour

Lightbot : Code Hour is a programming puzzle game- a game whose game mechanics require using programming logic to solve levels. This short teaser is meant to introduce players to programming who may have little to no experience. Anyone, anywhere, from grades K-12 can play, have fun and learn real programming logic!

Lightbot Jr : Coding Puzzles for Ages 4+

Lightbot Jr : Coding Puzzles for Ages 4+

Lightbot Junior is specifically designed for ages 4-8, and is an easier version of the popular Lightbot: featuring a gentler learning curve and not-too-complex puzzles. You can play as Boybot or Girlbot as you solve puzzles that use game mechanics that are based on Computer Science ideas; Lightbot Junior lets players gain a practical understanding of basic concepts like writing instructions, debugging problems, simple procedures and loops, just by guiding a robot with commands to light up tiles and solve levels.

Kodable - Coding for Kids

Kodable - Coding for Kids

9 rated by 1 user
A gentle and fun introduction to coding that aims to involve parents

Daisy the Dinosaur

Daisy the Dinosaur

Learn the basics of computer programming with Daisy the Dinosaur! This free, fun app has an easy drag and drop interface that kids of all ages can use to animate Daisy to dance across the screen. Kids will intuitively grasp the basics of objects, sequencing, loops and events by solving this app's challenges. After playing Daisy, kids can choose to download a kit to program their own computer game.

Move The Turtle. Programming For Kids

Move The Turtle. Programming For Kids

9 rated by 6 users
Teach children the basics of programming with this cartoon app

Tynker for Schools

Tynker for Schools

10 rated by 1 user
Tynker is a great app for teaching programming to even the youngest of students. Using a step-by-step approach that teaches programming using command blocks, Tynker is a great way to prepare students for a number of applications including general programming and robotics. The gaming format will challenge kids and keep them engaged even as the content grows more difficult.

ScratchJr

ScratchJr

0 rated by 1 user
With ScratchJr, young children (ages 5-7) learn important new skills as they program their own interactive stories and games. By snapping together graphical programming blocks, children can make characters move, jump, dance, and sing. In the process, children learn to solve problems, design projects, and express themselves creatively on the computer.

Cargo-Bot

Cargo-Bot

8 rated by 4 users
Cargo-Bot can inspire new student coders

Hopscotch

Hopscotch

8 rated by 4 users
Hopscotch is a wonderful app for teaching children coding – an important computer science skill

Robot Turtles Board Game

Robot Turtles Board Game

Robot Turtles is an addictively fun board game that teaches kids as young as preschoolers to code. The most backed board game in Kickstarter history, it not only sneakily teaches kids critical thinking skills, but also provides many hours of family fun.

Bee-Bot

Bee-Bot

Accessible and fun introduction to computer science. Appropriate for ages 4+

Lightbot : Programming Puzzles

Lightbot : Programming Puzzles

8 rated by 2 users
Guide the robot to the lights while the robot guides you through learning to code

CodeMonkey

CodeMonkey

9 rated by 1 user
From the very first moment in CodeMonkey, students start to write code in a real-world programming language called CoffeeScript. CoffeeScript is a modern open-source programming language that compiles to JavaScript, and similarly to JavaScript it is used in the industry primarily for web applications. Through the CodeMonkey program students will learn advanced Computer Science concepts such as loops, variables, functions, conditions and more.