Tynker

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Parents need to know that Tynker is a web-based course collection that teaches kids the logic of programming using visual blocks of code as well as actual coding in Javascript, Python, HTML and CSS. Kids can try a handful of courses for free, or parents can subscribe one child or create a family accounts. Free use of the website is enough for kids to get their foot into the coding door. Kids can share the programs they create online and view programs written by other kids.

Xyza: News for Kids

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Economics, Education, Ethnic Studies, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, Social Sciences, Social Studies, Sociology

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I Practice Math

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Algebra, Arithmetic, Calculus, Geometry, Mathematics, Mathematics, Statistics, Trigonometry

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iPracticeMath is a completely free math-practice site for grades 1 through 9. Younger kids might need support to move through practice sessions while older kids will need reminders not to worry about constantly being right. Large or homeschooling families, as well as teachers who work with lots of ages, will appreciate the one-stop-shop range of concepts. If kids want to track progress and view certificates, they need to register with the site, but it isn’t required. Unfortunately, kids will have to falsely report their age to create an account. Adults can register up to 25 students for free but don’t have the ability to oversee accounts or progress with a dashboard.

Purple Mash

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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Elementary, Kindergarten, Pre-K

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ELA, Humanities, Languages, Literacy, Mathematics, Technology

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Purple Mash is a resource that can be used for children in grades K-6. This program offers different opportunities that increase children’s skills in online learning. There are open ended tools that help promote creativity and computer skills, along with math, spelling, and grammar. Children can complete tasks and teachers can track the progress of their students along the way.

Code Monkey

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CodeMonkey provides practice coding with a real programming language to solve a variety of puzzles. The game’s developers have worked hard to make the puzzles accessible and provide the right guidance at the right time. But parents should expect kids to get stuck, requiring some encouragement and, depending on their age and ability, some help to get past some of the more challenging levels. There’s no offensive content to be found on the site or in the puzzles, so parents can focus on helping their kids learn how to code. Under the CCPA law, you have the right to protect your personal information.