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How do I use my Child's Parent Code?
How do I use my Child's Parent Code?

Parent Codes let students extend their Kodable practice at home.

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Written by Jon Mattingly
Updated over a week ago

A parent code is issued by a school or teacher and allows a child to login to their school profile at home using a parent email address. After setting up their home account, parents can:

  1. Continue playing Kodable for free by logging in

  2. View all your child's projects and progress for free on your parent dashboard

  3. Set up a Kodable Pro membership to unlock additional content and features

Parents just need to register for Kodable and enter your child's parent code during sign up.

How To Use A Parent Code

Entering your parent code has never been easier! There are three ways to enter your parent code and get started with Kodable at home.

Option 1: Enter your Parent Code at

Head to our website and click on ENTER PARENT CODE. This will allow you to redeem your parent code and register for an account. You can either start a free, 7 day trial or Skip for Now to track your child's progress for free.

Starting a free trial will connect your child's school account with their new Pro account and unlock the entire Kodable game!

"Skip For Now" will re-direct you to your free parent dashboard where you can view your child's Kodable projects and level progress from school.

Option 2: Enter your Parent Code on your iOS Device

If using an iOS device, using a parent code is easy! Download Kodable from the iOS App Store on iPad or iPhone. Click on Use Parent Code

Enter code and register for an account.

Option 3: Add a Parent Code on an Existing Account

Did you forget to link using a parent code? No worries! Log into your parent dashboard and click Add Student then Use Parent Code. This will import your child's school profile to your account - maintaining all progress.

Wondering if your child has a parent code from school? Reach out to your child's teacher and ask!

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