Learning a new skill can be a lot easier if it's fun, and writing code is no exception. The following coding games target all ages and experience levels and are designed to help you get started in a number of different programming languages. This is where all starts. 

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Osmo Coding Jam

It's a great way to learn the fundamentals of musical composition and the basics of coding.Mixing beats makes it fun to learn basic coding concepts with Osmo Coding Jam. Made for use with an iPad (sold separately), Coding Jam features tangible blocks of code that young people can use to make creative musical arrangements. It's a great way to learn the fundamentals of musical composition and the basics of coding. Simply download the Coding Jam app and start jamming!

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KUBO Coding and Coding+ Single Set Bundle

The KUBO Coding and Coding+ single set bundle provides a total of 82 TagTIles® to use with your KUBO robot and activity maps. The tiles, which snap together like the pieces of a puzzle, allow control of basic movements, time, speed, distance and direction. Students have endless possibilities to develop increasingly complex programmes using basic movements, functions, subroutines and loops.

  • KUBO Coding Robot 

KUBO makes coding as easy as doing a puzzle! Together with its screenless, tangible TagTile programming language, KUBO simplifies abstract concepts in coding and lays the foundations for computational literacy. It also teaches essential 21st-century skills like creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication. Expect hours of fun with your kids as KUBO and its TagTiles make the complex world of programming fun and engaging!

  • As Tactile As A TagTile

The tiles, which snap together like the pieces of a puzzle, allow control of basic movements, time, speed, distance and direction. Students have endless possibilities to develop increasingly complex programmes using basic movements, functions, subroutines and loops.
The TagTiles can be used to build increasingly complex code as students develop their capabilities but are simple enough for beginners to engage with and understand. They’re also flexible enough to teach students a number of different subjects, including music, math, and spelling.

  • KUBO Coding+ Extension 

KUBO Coding+ allows students to become more confident programmers using functions, subroutines and loops for endless possibilities. This set takes students from basic to advanced programming skills and, combined with the original KUBO Coding Pack, provides a full K-5 solution.

Cardboard to Code Robot "DIMM"

BinaryBots are affordable card robot kits that bring Computing and STEM to life with the BBC micro:bit. They allow every KS2 and KS3 child to build their own robot making learning to code and STEM a much more interactive and individual experience.

The DIMM Coding Robot with micro:bit is the amazing new smart toy robot everyone wants. Kids love him because he's funny and he teaches them to code. This kit comes with Dimm the robot (foldable design), some fun sensors and a BBC micro:bit computer.

It can detect motion and tell you which direction you're heading in. Create anything from a motion detecting security robot to a temperature or light sensing science experiment - the possibilities are endless!

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