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To our Parents,

For us, Saturdays have always been highlighted by the time we spend coding with our brilliant and motivated students. However, with recent events we are all continuously adjusting our lives nearly every day. While school, activities, and life may seem a bit shuffled at the moment, we wanted to offer a list of our favorite self-paced online coding resources available at your leisure.

Free Resources for students age 6-10

Free Resources for students age 10+

We hope that you will enjoy utilizing these platforms at home. Please feel welcome to reach out to us if you have any questions, comments, or resources we can share. Additionally, if you have any suggestions for programming you would like for us to offer during this time, we would love to try and accommodate new ideas!

Happy Coding!

– Code Palm Beach Board


The Code Palm Beach Student Typer is a free custom built tool built by our volunteers for soon to be coders of all ages. It’s a simple and free to use platform that we incorporate in most of our programs, but available to everyone at anytime.® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Our vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science, just like biology, chemistry or algebra.

freeCodeCamp is a nonprofit organization that consists of an interactive learning web platform, an online community forum, chat rooms, Medium publications, and local organizations that intend to make learning web development accessible to anyone.

CodeCombat is an online multiplayer game that teachers players Python, JavaScript, and other programming languages through coding challenges. Defeat ogres, grab gems, and level up your hero as you improve your coding skills!

CoderDojo is a global volunteer-led community of free programming clubs for young people between 7 and 17. The movement is a grassroots organisation with individual clubs (called “Dojos”) acting independently.

LaunchCode is a non-profit organization based in St. Louis, Missouri, that works with hundreds of companies to set up paid apprenticeships in technology for talented people who lack the traditional credentials to land a good job.

Coding lessons for students 4th-12th grades. Tweens and teens learn to code by creating augmented reality projects, Snapchat filters, memes and more! Fun for students. Easy for teachers.

Codesters combines a fun online coding platform for students, a powerful learning management system for teachers, and built-out coding lessons so you can start teaching kids to code in your school today.

Exploring Computer Science is a year-long, research-based, high school intro-level computer science curriculum and teacher professional development program that focuses on broadening participation in computing. We support teachers and districts through implementation of the course regardless of school resources.

Family Code Night is a fully scripted, one hour and 15-minute evening event, within the capability of nearly any elementary school. At Family Code Nights, parents pair up with their children to do their first hour of coding, together. The effect is extraordinary: great fun, inspiration – plus the personal engagement of happy, motivated parents, a unique and largely untapped force in K-8 computer science education.