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Coding Adventure – Real-world Coding for Kids

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Teach Text-based Coding by helping a monkey catch bananas!

Coding Adventure is a gamified coding course where young students learn real coding from the very first challenge.

12 Months Access

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WHAT IS CODING ADVENTURE?

Coding Adventure is a game-based course that teaches kids how to code in a real coding language. In the course, students solve different puzzles where they need to help the monkey catch bananas by writing code. The course provides an easy entry into text-based coding.

WHAT PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE DOES CODING ADVENTURE USE?

Coding Adventure uses the programming language of CoffeeScript. CoffeeScript is similar to JavaScript in that it is primarily used for web applications, however it has a much friendlier syntax that resembles the way we write in English- making it the perfect programming language for kids!

WHAT GRADES IS CODING ADVENTURE FOR?

Coding Adventure is perfect for 3-5 grade.

HOW MANY LESSON PLANS ARE THERE?

Coding Adventure comes with a total of 48 45-minute long lesson plans.

Part I covers 75 Story Mode and 75 Skill Mode challenges in 16 lesson plans.

FUNDAMENTALS​
Introduce the basics of coding as students help a monkey catch bananas in fun-filled coding challenges.

Part II covers 70 Story Mode and 70 Skill Mode challenges in 16 lessons.

FUNCTIONS & CONDITIONS
Students will continue the fun as they meet new characters and learn more advanced coding concepts.

Part III covers 65 Story Mode and 65 Skill Mode challenges in 16 lessons.

LOGIC & EVENTS
Wrap up the course with new and learned coding concepts that will help students take on that greedy gorilla!

CODING CONCEPTS TAUGHT –

  • OBJECTS
  • LOOPS
  • VARIABLES
  • ARRAY INDEXING
  • FUNCTIONS
  • BOOLEAN LOGIC
  • COMPARISONS
  • RETURN VALUES
  • TRIGGERING EVENTS
  • AND MORE!
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