Coding For Kids Made Fun!
We teach kids coding the fun way by teaching them how to program games!
Plant the roots for their future.
With the CodeDigs learning platform, kids get training to build a foundation for a future in software development, while having a ton of fun doing it!
Teach kids how to code. No experience required!
Bring coding into your school, classroom, after-school club or summer camp. The CodeDigs learning platform makes this easy and you don’t need to have any prior coding experience! Educators have a full suite of coding lessons readily available for students to go through. As students go through step-by-step lessons they are shown errors in real-time upon submitting their code. The built in code validator also makes it easy for teachers to see exactly where mistakes are made. Our CodeDigs professionals are here to support educators and will be available via live chat or we can even live-stream lessons into your classroom for you.
Are you a parent with a 5th to 8th grader who wants to learn how to code? The CodeDigs learning platform is a self-paced system that will take your child through easy to follow step-by-step lessons! No need for you to have any coding experience. Our CodeDigs experts are here to help if your child gets stuck. We have an “Ask a Teacher” option built right in that allows students to ask questions and receive answers quickly. Our built in code validator makes it easy for students to see exactly where their mistakes are made so they will feel confident going through each lesson.
With the CodeDigs learning platform, kids don’t just play games, they create them!
Create Your First Web Page With HTML
Learn how to create a basic HTML web pages. Learn how to title your page and what that means, learn how to add viewable text, learn how to create buttons, how to add images, how to create links and how to create audio sound files.
Style Your Web Page With CSS
Learn how to style your web page with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Set background colors, text size, text color, font styles and more. Also learn how to create custom classes and ids to control the styling of individual elements.
Web Page Special Effects
Roll Dice Game
Learn how to write a function and run the function when a button is clicked. Use conditional logic to set certain actions to happen only if doubles are rolled. Learn how to play a sound when doubles are rolled and how to set an animated background image when doubles are rolled.
Slot Machine Game
Program a Slot Machine game. Leverage loops to count through and add to variables in order to save from manually writing a lot of redundant code. Leverage logical operators to achieve results. Introduction to the Chrome webkit rendering engine for animating the rolling of your dice with CSS.
Chrome Developer Tools
Interactive Online Storybook
Catch The Creeper Game
Learn how to place characters on the canvas, program movement for those characters and accumulate points when your good character catches the creeper. You will be using conditional logic, loops, arrays and objects. You will also create a scoreboard that will keep score for your different actions.
2D Breakout Game
Leverage HTML canvas to draw the game bricks, balls and bats. Then switch these out with image graphics to make it look nicer. Program mouse movements, calculate and display a score and program lose game logic. This is a longer lesson to challenge your skills with what you already learned along with introducing new concepts.
Catch The Stars Platform Game
This lesson goes into more advanced coding concepts such as creating platforms, leveling up, working with sprites and more. This is a feature rich game that will teach students how to program a character to jump up and over to multiple platforms catching stars along the way. They will leverage conditional logic, loops and more. When done, they will have a colorful and interactive game they can show off.
Are you an educator who would like to implement the CodeDigs learning platform into your school, classroom or club? Contact us below and we will get you setup
We also have an online self-paced platform for learners who are self-directed and would like to learn on their own time. Contact us below if you would like to be granted an account to our online platform.
Hi, My name is Misty Lackie and I am one of the creators of CodeDigs. I have been developing software for over 15 years and love helping kids discover an early interest in technology.
I have a 15-year-old son Nathan who early on became obsessed with technology and computers. At the age of 8, he starting hacking away at Minecraft and programming his own mods. At the age of 11, he started tinkering with the Raspberry Pi and created a solar powered plant watering system for his 6th grade science project. His most recent endeavor is programming mini Geometry assignments based on his Matheia lessons and creating battle bots.
Coming from a longstanding background in software development and upon seeing the creativity that technology gives him, I wanted to find a way to turn his obsession into a learning opportunity, and thus the idea for the CodeDigs learning platform was born.
The CodeDigs learning platform is currently being used in multiple schools in coding clubs and by individual students who want to learn on their own.
- Either a Mac, Windows Laptop, Desktop PC or Chromebook with solid Internet connection.
- Internet browser installed such as Chrome
- Should be comfortable typing.
- Best for grades 5th through 8th but can be used by younger students depending on typing skills.
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Let us know if you are an educator who would like to implement CodeDigs into your classroom or club or if you are a parent who wants to bring coding lessons to your child. We also provide training & support to educators.
Parents Love Our Courses!
My son is bummed tomorrow is the last day! He has learned so much and wants more.
We tried the Hour of Code program with no luck but my daughter absolutely loves this class. She’s learning so much and can’t stop talking about it.
My son is so stoked to go to this class! He wishes it was “everyday”!