- Scratch Jr. – An app that teaches young kids how to visually code interactive stories and games. A simplified version of the Scratch website, for a tablet.
- The Foos – A funny, pre-literate iPad game that teaches concepts for commands, parameters, loops, and conditionals.
- Cubetto – An expensive, yet screen-free introduction to coding especially for a Montessori environment. Includes a robot and a wooden programming board with removable command pieces.
- Scratch – Scratch is a popular visual programming language for beginners, created by MIT. The Scratch website is a platform for kids to make interactive stories and share them with each other.
- Hopscotch – Like Scratch, but for iOS devices.
- Lightbot – Solve puzzles with commands, loops, and conditionals. Comes in Lightbot and lightbot Jr, and a mobile app or a desktop website.
- Code.org – A website with interactive coding games and courses for kids. Covers a large range of ages and skill levels.
- Code Master – An addictive board game that builds problem solving skills and understanding of programming logic. Starts basic and moves to very advanced.
- Cargo Bot – iPad app to solve problems with constraints using commands, loops, conditional statements. More difficult puzzles than Lightbot.
- DIY.org – An online community for kids to learn anything. Programming skills listed are App Dev, Backend Dev, Frontend Dev, Game Dev, Graphic Designer, Open Sourcerer, Scratcher, Sys Admin, and Web Designer.
- Web Design for Kids – A series of tutorials teaching children the basics of designing and building a website with HTML and CSS.
- Finch Robot – A small robot designed for computer science education with support for multiple programming languages.
- Secret Coders – A engaging book series that teaches programming concepts through Logo.
- Khan Academy – Computer Programming – A series of web-based programming lessons with interactive challenges, by Khan Academy. Teaches topics like animation, game development, and web programming. Users can post questions, which get answered quickly by the community.
- Bitsbox – A monthly box subscription that teaches kids how to code.
- CS Unplugged – A collection of free learning activities that teach Computer Science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons and lots of running around.
- Lauren Ipsum – A book that teaches problem-solving concepts in the context of programming. Sample chapters available online.
- Lego Mindstorms – A robotics kit by Lego.
- Ruby Warrior – An online tutorial-game with cool music that teaches Ruby programming.
- Swift Playgrounds – Apple’s fun iPad app for learning Swift.
- Microsoft MakeCode – A suite of educational tools for kids, including online environments for game development, minecraft modding, hardware hacking, and more.