One hour of

coding adventure

Learn the basics of a real computer programming language  by playing a fun and intuitive game

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coding – the new literacy

Learning to code is becoming a part of the curriculum in K-12, a trend which is expanding rapidly around the world. Code literacy is considered essential not only for future software engineers but for many other occupations as well. A secondary benefit afforded to students learning to code is the development of algorithmic thinking as a basis for problem solving. This type of thinking is a crucial enabler for obtaining important 21st-century skills.
Try CodeMonkey’s FREE hour-long coding courses to introduce your students to the basics of Computer Science in a fun and easy way.

Coding Adventure

Students will learn to code as they help a cute monkey catch bananas.

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ABOUT CODING ADVENTURE

HOUR-LONG VERSION

30 levels

With 30 coding challenges, Coding Adventure takes around an hour to complete.

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3-8 grade

Any student can enjoy Coding Adventure, however we recommend for them to be at least 7 years old.

Gamified platform

Students play an interactive game-based course, where they collect bananas & unlock new skills.

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Text-Based coding

Students learn CoffeeScript, a programming language that’s as useful as JavaScript and as intuitive as Python.

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teacher notes

Access CodeMonkey’s teacher notes for Coding Adventure to learn all the tips and tricks on how to host an hour of code in your classroom.

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Standards alignment

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Coding Adventure aligns to the CSTA and Common Core standards so you know you are bringing a quality curriculum to your students.

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