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Parents & Kids

Learn code with robots, not like one

CoderZ teaches kids 360° code literacy — through STEM, computer science, and critical life skills to power up their future!

Age 8+
Self-paced learning
100 hours
300+ engaging online missions
Flexible
Independent or parent-led

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14 days money back guarantee

Highlights

Coding lessons Your Kids Will Love

Each bite-sized mission is designed to feel like a game, blending maximum engagement with a sense of accomplishment.
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Gamified learning experience
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100% online, desktop only
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Real-time helpful feedback
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Scaffolded learning
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Teaching tools & resources

Teach kids to think like programmers!

Hard skills
  • Programming: Coding with Blockly
  • Robotics: Controlling a robot using code
  • Math: Applying algebra, geometry, formal logic
  • Science: Gathering data, testing hypotheses
  • Engineering: Testing and improving a design
  • Physics: Understanding motion, speed, time
Soft skills
  • Breaking down big problems into pieces
  • Developing grit and persistence
  • Embracing ‘failures’ for a growth mindset
  • Adapting solutions to a changing environment
  • Finding and using patterns to make problems easier
  • Creating plans to achieve goals successfully
Novice
Codyssey World with LEGO® Education SPIKE™Prime
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Adventure Peak
Learn the basics of controlling your robot with code, then use motion planning to start moving!
10 missions
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Frozen Island
Dive deeper into programming by gathering data using basic math and explaining your code with comments.
8 missions
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The Lost City
Use repeat loops and write readable code as you find patterns to make problem-solving easier.
12 missions
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Crystal Crater
Compute the precise degrees needed to turn your robot. Don't give up!
13 missions
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Candy Town
Discover the radius of a circle and the degrees of an angle to help your robot turn smoothly.
11 missions
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Sketch It
Draw letters and pictures by programming your robot to leave behind a trail.
4 missions
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The Milky Way
Use the software development process to design and test solutions that improve code efficiency.
7 missions
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Weebo's Manor
Learn how a distance sensor can help you solve problems in a changing or unpredictable environment.
16 missions
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Cyber World
Program your robot to adapt to its environment as you investigate and strategize solutions.
16 missions
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Arctic Lab
Discover how technologies can be combined when you program multiple robots to work together!
16 missions
Beginner
Codabunga World
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Code Control
Understand robots as machines controlled by code and learn the difference between hard- and software.
11 missions
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Moove It!
Use a structured debugging progress to control the flow of a program. It's not always easy!
11 missions
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Spinning Around
Turn a robot by moving the wheels in opposite directions as you explore rotational vs linear motion.
16 missions
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Touch, Touch, Moo
Detect sensor input and learn how computing systems react to data collected from their environments.
11 missions
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Gyro's Turn
Use the gyroscope to move your robot and explore how hardware design affects software.
16 missions
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Loop de Loop
Use a repeat loop to manage code and identify patterns that generate solutions to problems.
11 missions
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Codachrome
Learn how programs make different decisions based on available info - from conditionals to color sensors.
11 missions
Intermediate
Robo Rover World
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STEM Is a Snap
Understand how STEM subjects integrate with one another, then connect them to the basics of robotics.
3 missions
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Ahead of the Curve
Teach your robot to obey your commands and turn in place as you practice math and physics.
9 missions
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Circtacular
Identify the key components of a drive system and get your robot to turn in calculated curves.
12 missions
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Sense It
Who says robots can't feel? See how your robot interacts with its surroundings using a touch sensor.
8 missions
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Repeat After Me
Finding and using patterns makes problems easier to solve in life, and in code. Meet repeat loops!
10 missions
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Heads Up!
Use the heads up display to detect sensor input and learn how hardware limits what software can do.
7 missions
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Gyro Returns
Poly want a gyro? Reset the gyro sensor and explore new solutions to polygon obstacles with a robot.
7 missions
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Domino Creations
Ready, set, domino! Create a successful plan to tip over all your dominoes with loops, gyro, and more.
1 mission
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Mission Unleashed
Put your new skills to the test in this first of the three challenge missions!
7 missions
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Supersonic
Experiment with the ultrasonic sensor and discover how to make your robot really go the distance!
10 missions
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Color Me Smart
Explore the color sensor! Learn how it works with other tools to make your robot smarter.
5 missions
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Mission Rising
This is #2 of 3 fun missions that challenge you to integrate everything you've learned so far. Try it!
4 missions
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A Call to Arms
Did you know the robot has an arm that you can use to grab, drag and push around different objects?
7 missions
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What If?!
Use an If statement and conditions from sensor data to help your robot make decisions.
9 missions
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Mission Master
Persistence pays off in this final challenge mission as you put all your new skills into action!
3 missions
Teaching Resources

Parent-friendly tools & resources

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Progress Tracker

Easy tracking of your kid's progress, mission by mission. Want more of a challenge? You can create activities tailored to your kid's needs and abilities!

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Live Tutor Support

If you get stuck, simply reach out to one of our friendly staff tutors during open office hours.

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Teaching Materials

Don't worry – you’ve got this. Our user-friendly teaching materials make it simple to guide kids from their first block-based steps to more advanced text programming.

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Articles

Explore hot topics in STEM education, edtech, robotics, and programming for kids with the expertly-curated selection of articles on our blog.

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Testimonials
I use CoderZ in our Girls Who Code Club. They remain engaged, and they work together--great collaboration
Holly Distefano, Teacher
CoderZ has helped my female students be more confident and to engage in learning coding and math in a fun way.
Lydia Hernandez, Coordinator
This was the first time I had students engaged with CoderZ and they enjoyed it!
Leah Aiwohi, Teacher
I am always looking for opportunities to teach the fundamentals of computer science and robotics for all our students.
Javier Aguilar, Teacher Coach
It allowed me to really challenge and push my robotics students at their own pace to learn how to code.
Spencer Wright, Teacher
We used CoderZ to help us meet CTE Robotics I TEKS for our 8th grade Robotics I class.
Hunter McConnell, Coach
CoderZ is a fun way to introduce computer science, the drag-and-drop format makes it super easy for students to program
Ami Steelman, Director Teacher Coordinator
CoderZ offers a unique, creative, and challenging set of missions and assessments that hold the students attention.
Matt Bouchard, Teacher
CoderZ is a staple in my STEM classes. Students are excited and love that coding feels like playing a video game.
Tiffany Seymour, Teacher
My students had such a great experience collaborating and trying to solve the coding challenges to complete missions.
Veronica Pardo, Teacher
CoderZ is an amazing platform that helps students with zero experience become coders. My students came 1st in the USA.
Mike Binazeski, Teacher
My students love the coding activities. They had a great time while they learn how to code and work in a team.
Clarisa Rodriguez, Teacher
CoderZ gave my students an excellent CS competition. There's not enough of these types of things for middle school kids.
Ryan North, Career Exploration and Computer Science Teacher
My students became more confident in their coding. Students who insisted that they didn't like to code became "hooked".
Tryphena Cuffy, Teacher Coordinator at Richland School District Two, SC
Dory Moore, Science Teacher, Ashford School, CT
"It was easy as a teacher to know where my students were and where they are going, and to help them improve."
Jessica Klauzer-Zimmerman Bell Middle School
Jessica Klauzer-Zimmerman, Bell Middle School, CO
"The class loved it. We could focus on coding, its self-paced and all students found success."
Paola Valdivia Middle School Science Director
Paola Valdivia, Middle School Science Director of STEM Instruction
"Teaching computer science in any form can be daunting - but with CoderZ, we felt completely supported."
Frank Edelblut education commissioner
Frank Edelblut, New Hampshire’s education commissioner
"It’s exciting to see kids so engaged in learning skills that are going to be important for their future."
Meredith Nations Teacher at Causey Middle School
Meredith Nations, Teacher at Causey Middle School, AL
"This is our second year at CoderZ and we just love it!"
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