Since fourth grade Bas has developed his passion for computers and programming. Bas studied Computer Science at VU University Amsterdam and works as a self-employed freelance frontend developer. Besides his freelance work, Bas is the author of Arduino-Tutorials.net
KodeKids offers Bas the opportunity to make kids enthusiastic for the world of tech and programming.
Toine is an illustrator, artist and cartoonist. He studied at the HKU and the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. He teaches kids to draw cartoons via Strip4Kids. Beside teaching, Toine has his own company: The Creative Barn.
Toine tutors kids in designing game characters and constructing good storylines for their games.
Age older than 4 older than 7 older than 10 older than 13
Group size individual small groups class
Platform iOS app Android app Online
Language Dutch (NL) English (EN)
Kind workshop product
Design and create your own worlds with Toca Builders App. Like Minecraft, but different.
Learn more about logic, automation and tech by for example programming a robot. This and more is available on the RoboMind Academy website.
Learn step-by-step with over 25 video tutorials to program your Arduino. Each tutorial contains the source code, what parts you need and where you can buy them.
Bas teaches you 3D modelling, animating and more, with the free tool Blender. Step by step explained, and suitable for the absolute beginner.
CodeCombat is a game-based computer science program where students type real code and see their characters react in real time.
Learn to create your own games and animations with Scratch. Suited for beginning programmers, but a challenge for the more experienced programmer as well.
ScratchJr offers an intuitive way for youngsters to create tiny animations and programs for phones or tablets.
Learn step-by-step to code. Bitsbox offers a subscription model which gives you a monthly new challenge!
Learn to control a character with 'code'. Are you able to guide the bird through all levels?
Learn the 'code' fundamentals with Anna and Elsa from Frozen!
This app allows you to design games, animations and more! Just drag and drop the blocks. If you can think about it, you can make it!
You can do everything in Minecraft. Create and explore your own world. Search, find and create new items and as a bonus you learn the programming basics!
In this fabulous world, kids learn to work with logic and problem solving. For desktop and tablet.
Programming with direct results? Om this website you'll get some insight in the world of 'code'. Quickly learn the amazing possibilities of programming!
Ruby is a programming language designed with a perfect balance between simple and versatile. Try Ruby allows you to explore this programming language and learn the programming basics.
Do you have a 3D printer at school or at home? The Doodle3D allows you to draw in 3D!
Explore your creativity, problem solving capabilities and more with the Angrybirds Playground van Rovio.
Stickman Animator allows you to create animations involving stickmen simply and easily
Get a feeling for "code" in this serious game.
Great for in the classroom. A variety to learn programming 'unplugged'. Lots of exercises as an addition to regular education.
Expore the world of constructing in 3D. Accessible for kids. Think, create and print in 3D!
Build without any code knowledge your own games with drag and drop. When you already know some coding, you can switch directly to writing code yourself
Learn programming by solving puzzles of a locked-up robot. For tablet or desktop.
With the Bee-Bot app you can solve tiny puzzles in order to develop problem solving capabilities.
From the creators of Bee-Bot, the Blue-Bot. This app is part of the Blue-Bot robot and provides extra possibilities and exercises.
Create your own games with writing a word of code. Create once and play the games on your phone, tablet or computer!
Help Marco on a digital adventure. Are you able to guide Marcode with the correct code blocks? For tablet and desktops.
Go further where MIT's Scratch ended. It shouldn't be a problem if you've never worked with Scratch before.
Pixel Press' Floors allows you to create games by drawing them. iPad and iPhone only.
On the App Inventor's website you'll learn how to develop your own apps.
Games for programmers to learn better and smarter programming.
This Android app learns you to create games, animations, interactive music videos.
Kodu helps kids to develop problem solving and constructive thinking in a visual way.
Sketch Nation allows you to create games in the most simple way: just draw them. The software is accompanied by their own tutorials.
The Floors successor! Pixel Press' Adventure Time (Game Wizard) allows you to draw your own games. iPad and iPhone only.
Learn the beginnings of programming with the code monster!
Learn programming from the age of 12!
Learn programming and creativity with the app trusted by over 50% of US schools.
A better way to learn to code websites, apps, games, and more.
CodeHS has everything you need to teach computer science at your school, including web-based curriculum, teacher tools, administrator insights, and professional development.
Learn in a flexible way to develop your own games, apps and robotics.
'Code' is being used everywhere. You can even use code to animate your 3D characters in a game or movie. Alice.org learns how to use code to move 3D animations.
A framework for entry-level web literacy & 21st Century skills. Explore the map by selecting what you want to learn more about, to see definitions and activities.
Tinkercad is a free, easy-to-use app for 3D design, electronics, and coding. It's used by teachers, kids, hobbyists, and designers to imagine, design, and make anything!
Gamestar Mechanic uses fun, game-based quests and courses to help you learn game design and make your own video games!
Programming Challenge 4 Girls is a programming competition for year 10 girls designed to introduce them to computer programming.
Design your own controller with everyday materials like playdough or graphite pencils. Control your favorite Scratch game while you learn to code.
littleBits is a hands-on learning system of electronic building blocks that allows students of all ages to create with technology.
Teach kids about computer science, electronics, and coding. Build your own fully functional computer and explore STEM through Piper's StoryMode using the Raspberry Pi Edition of Minecraft, and PiperCode using Google's Blockly
Our mission is to put the power of computing and digital making into the hands of people all over the world.
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for anyone making interactive projects.
Bee-Bot is a perfect starting point for teaching control, directional language and programming.
Robot Turtles is a board game you play with your favorite 3-8 year old kids. It sneakily teaches the fundamentals of programming.
Primo is a play-set that uses shapes, colours and spacial awareness to teach programming logic through a tactile, warm and magical learning experience.
A simple robotics tool designed for ages 7–11. It allows users to design their own interactive machines, and then program them using drag-and-drop software like Scratch.