Mike Likes Science

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10, 11, 12, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Elementary, High school, Kindergarten, Middle school

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algebra, astronomy, biology, computer science, data science, geometry, Mathematics, mathematics, Natural Sciences, science, Technology

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Mike created this YouTube channel to help people learn about Science. Every month or so, he posts science inspired music videos. If you like learning, then you’ve come to the right place!

Junior Platform

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Code Avengers
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5, 6, 7, 8, Middle school

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computer science, data science, Technology

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This website can be used with students from grades 5-8. The website provides an interactive way of learning to code, and the website has missions that students would need to complete with coding activities. This website can be used remotely and in a classroom setting to provide full access to practicing coding.

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.

Code Minecraft

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Students for free can access Minecraft-esk coding tutorials and games to test their knowledge. The overall site contains links to free online classes, developer tools, competitions with significant prizes, and other opportunities that focus on technology with a subtle emphasis on social change. High school-age kids to young adults — especially those looking to jump-start careers, businesses, and tech skills — will find not-to-be-missed resources here

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.