codeSpark Academy is the #1 learn-to-code app for kids ages 5-10. We have hundreds of activities & kids learning games designed to teach kids the fundamentals of computer science & introduce them to the world of coding for kids & STEM.
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INSIDE THE APP
Kids Learning Games & Puzzles Educational games for kids: Solve puzzles & play coding games while building problem-solving & logical-thinking skills with educational games for kids. Programming games help children learn coding, master sequencing, loops, advanced sequencing, events, & conditionals. Coding for kids is fun with codeSpark!
Explore Learn programming, apply & expand coding knowledge with coding games, logical thinking challenges & educational games for kids. codeSpark’s programming games teach boolean logic, automation, variables & inequalities, stacks & queues to help you learn coding.
Story Maker codeSpark is more than just educational games for kids. Our coding for kids features teach children to create interactive stories with speech bubbles, drawings & music.
Game Maker Learn about programming games & apply concepts from codeSpark’s educational game for kids app to code your own games. Use our Remixing feature to see how other games were coded & put your own spin on them.
Adventure Game Combine storytelling & coding game design to create unique games & stories in a fantasy setting for other kid coders to play. Learn coding & use advanced coding concepts to make trees move, build fortresses & more.
Kid-Safe Community Every kids learning game story is moderated by before being published to ensure the safety & privacy of all kid coders. You can let your kids play programming games knowing they’re safe at every step.
* Kid-Safe * Kids learn programming concepts through coding games & use them to code their own games & interactive stories * Personalized daily activities & coding games * Subscription app with new content every month so your child continues to learn to code * Word-free coding games. Perfect for beginner coders & pre-readers! Anyone, anywhere can learn programming & start coding! * Curriculum developed based on collaboration with & research from MIT, Princeton & Carnegie Mellon * Supports 3 individual child profiles so each child can learn to code at their own pace * No collection of your child’s private data * No advertising or micro-transactions * No written communication between players or external parties * Cancel at any time
codeSpark Academy is inspired by visual programming languages such as Scratch from MIT, Alice from Carnegie Mellon University & other ‘beginner’ programming languages like Logo, SmallTalk, & Squeak.
Word-free interfaces allow anyone to play & are perfect for beginner coders & pre-readers to learn to code. Kids master core computer science concepts like pattern recognition, problem solving, sequencing, algorithmic thinking, debugging, loops & conditionals.
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Jul 21, 2022
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I love the app! I did run into a few bugs. When writing text and using a caution emoji in that text, it would glitch and exit, when in playmode, when walking by the object I used that emoji on. Also some of the puzzle levels on the first 4 sections won't unlock. It just has a star with 22 inside it. How do I unlock those levels? And under the Pet Pals the new items I'm suppose to use throughout the days aren't showing up. Just the first 3. Other than a few bugs, I've really enjoyed this app.
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March 10, 2020
Update: after several days, I was contacted and the bug was fixed. My child loves the app. It's educational, challenging, and fun. So I decided to purchase a year subscription. Well, I've been charged, but their app will not process the code I bought off of their website. I emailed them multiple times, different days for a week. I still can't get in and I paid for it! Very poor customer and IT service. I recommend the free trail and nothing else.
200 people found this review helpful
March 10, 2020
Hi, Michelle! I'm so sorry that you encountered that bug. I do believe we got everything squared away for you, but if you need further assistance, please let us know. Thanks!
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October 15, 2020
Free trial has a trap that you have to remember to cancel before the end of the trial or you automatically get charged $79. I'm sorry but that is a shady way of doing a free trial especially when it costs so much for an app. Vendor reply misses the point of the complaint. It isn't the cost that is at issue. What is at issue is the way the free trial is implemented. You have to remember to cancel before the end of free trial if you don't like/use the app. This is good for their revenue but bad for consumers. Free trials should simply stop the app from working at the end of the trial until the individual elects to pay the subscription fee. The one star review remains for this reason. The way the free trial is implemented is bad for consumers and is shady. I was also irked that the way the free trial actually works didn't reveal itself until the app appears to be ready for the child to use and it is handed over to the child. At that point the child enters a numeric code presented to them and suddenly a google pay screen appears. This means the child is excited to try the app and the parent is left with a choice of disappointing the child or handing over Google Pay approval in hopes of being able to cancel the subscription if the app isn't to their kid's liking. That seems intentionally manipulative. If the app is so good do a clean free trial with no tricks. At the end of the seven days present a choice for the parent to pay the subscription.
467 people found this review helpful
October 15, 2020
Hi! Home subs make it possible to keep the app free for schools & libraries while still creating new content for kid coders on a regular basis. When you started your free trial, you chose the annual subscription at a special discount. We're happy to help you with a refund if you're not happy with the app. Please contact us at Support@codeSpark.com.
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