Code.org provides numerous free resources for students to learn computer science. It’s the leading curriculum for K–12 computer science in the largest school districts in the United States, and Code.org also organizes the annual Hour of Code campaign which has engaged more than 15% of all students in the world. The site also provides support and tools for teachers. Code.org may be viewed in multiple languages — choose one on the site’s main page.
- Complete courses and quick courses for different age and ability levels.
- Fun and engaging activities aimed at kids.
- Students can participate in the “Hour of Code” if they don’t want to take a complete course.
- Although courses are available for K-12, some prereaders may have difficulty navigating courses and using a mouse.
Why it’s helpful for families living internationally
Code.org teaches students real-life skills using games and activities that kids enjoy. The courses are available to anyone around the world for free. This is a great option for kids interested in this subject and for homeschooling families seeking a quality computer science curriculum.