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Coding organizations are a great way to try and learn new things, so do not hesitate to sign your child up for multiple weeks of coding fun!

Each type of camp will present new projects and coding tricks each week.

For five years, Coding with Kids has taught students as young as 5 the basics of computer science through games and activities. 

For the non-coding parents, it very well may be hard to tell where to start. Luckily, there are an assortment of organizations focused on encouraging children programming skills. These organizations offer chances and assets for getting your youngsters involved:

In Coding for Kidskids learn computer programming and game design skills in a fun way.




Hour of Code

The Hour of Code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify “code“, to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science.

It has since become a worldwide effort to celebrate computer science, starting with 1-hour coding activities but expanding to all sorts of community efforts. Check out the tutorials and activities. This grassroots campaign is supported by over 400 partners and 200,000 educators worldwide.





Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Their vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science, just like biology, chemistry or algebra.

Code.org provides the leading curriculum for K-12 computer science in the largest school districts in the United States.



Black Girls Code

BlackGirlsCode, STEM education San Francisco, Technology training for girls, diversity learning, Social Entrepreneurship in San Francisco.

Black Girls CODE is a global movement. Founded in 2011, the San Francisco based nonprofit introduces young girls of color, ages 6-17, to computer programming, electrical engineering, mobile app development, robotics and other STEM fields.

In 2012 the nonprofit launched in 10 cities nationwide and expanded to South Africa. Voted as “2012 Most Innovative Nonprofit”​ by Bank of the West, the nonprofit continues to expand and empower hundreds of girls worldwide.





Stencyl isn’t your average game creation software; it’s a gorgeous, intuitive toolset that accelerates your workflow and then gets out of the way. We take care of the essentials, so you can focus on what’s important – making your game yours.

Stencyl is the easiest way to create games for mobile, web and desktop without code.




CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. Anyone aged seven to seventeen can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website, create an app or a game, and explore technology in an informal, creative, and social environment.

Within the CoderDojo Movement there is a focus on peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning. They aim to help young people realise that they can build a positive future through coding and community.



CS Unplugged is 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. We originally developed this so that young students could dive head-first into Computer Science, experiencing the kinds of questions and challenges that computer scientists experience, but without having to learn programming first.

The primary goal of the Unplugged project is to promote Computer Science (and computing in general) to young people as an interesting, engaging, and intellectually stimulating discipline.

The collection was originally intended as a resource for outreach and extension, but with the adoption of computing and computational thinking into many classrooms around the world, it is now widely used for teaching. The material has been used in many contexts outside the classroom as well, including science shows, talks for senior citizens, and special events.



Teaching Kids Programming

Teaching Kids Programming is volunteer programmers and teachers who write open source TKPJava courseware. This is designed for school teachers to use to teach kids ages 10-17 core computational thinking.

This is designed to be teacher-led, in classrooms with kids coding in pairs or groups. 




Code Monster

Crunchzilla is a service that students can use to learn to write Javascript programs. There are two versions of Crunchzilla; Code Maven and Code Monster.

Lessons cover coding for kids, adults, game developers, and data analysts. Easily export projects.
Crunchzilla’s limited but valuable coding lessons are buried beneath a tedious interface and dull presentation.




MIT App Inventor

MIT App Inventor is an intuitive, visual programming environment that allows everyone – even children – to build fully functional apps for smartphones and tablets. Those new to MIT App Inventor can have a simple first app up and running in less than 30 minutes. And what’s more, our blocks-based tool facilitates the creation of complex, high-impact apps in significantly less time than traditional programming environments.

The MIT App Inventor project seeks to democratize software development by empowering all people, especially young people, to move from technology consumption to technology creation.

Blocks-based coding programs inspire intellectual and creative empowerment. MIT App Inventor goes beyond this to provide real empowerment for kids to make a difference — a way to achieve social impact of immeasurable value to their communities. 




CodeAdvantage offers project-based after-school coding and math classes to engage, inspire, and motivate children to learn and have fun.

If I missed any Kids Organizations Let me know in the comments section.
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