Help your school learn computer science

Kodable lesson plans for teaching coding concepts.

Kids learning coding on tablet

Bridge the Gap Between Symbols and JavaScript

Help your students learn the most popular programming langauge in the world - JavaScript! By building a solid foundation, Kodable is designed to help students gradually make the transition from symbols to written code as easily as possible. Most students write their first lines of JavaScript by 2nd grade!

  • Teach the advanced concepts explored in the game
  • 18+ scripted, unplugged lesson plans
  • Vocabulary lists and word walls
  • Cover variables, data types, objects, classes, and properties
  • Explanations and videos of each concept for beginner and experienced teachers alike
  • CSTA-Aligned

Engaging Game Content for All CS Concepts

Students will practice programming in Kodable's award-winning universe of the fuzzFamily. Spanning multiple games, students are engaged on their level as they grow. Students can even continue their practice at home (and will definitely want to!)

  • Students can practice and explore at their own pace
  • An ever-growing library of over 150 practice levels and activities
  • Assign practice content as you go
  • View and share reports on a student, class, or school level
  • CSTA-Aligned

Start Creating with Code - Earlier than Ever!

Encourage your students to practice creating and collaborating. Your classes can design their own levels, games, and characters using Real JavaScript! When they're done creating, they can share their creations (and code) with their classmates and parents.

  • Make Kodable Mazes for classmates to solve
  • Build Characters and more using JavaScript
  • Build games using JavaScript
  • Share and play creations with classmates and family
  • CSTA-Aligned

Enrich your Curriculum with Bonus Lessons

Kodable is focused on helping you teach to the whole student. Gain access to the Kodable Lesson Library - featuring tons of extra lessons to help you teach coding throughout the school year in many different ways - not just in front of a screen!

  • Robotics with Dash and Dot
  • Math with Freckle
  • ELA
  • Social Emotional Learning
  • Back to School and Classroom Management
  • Science and Social Studies