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

Learn more about Parent Codes and how you can extend your child's learning at home

Emi Greenman avatar
Written by Emi Greenman
Updated over a week ago

Kodable has revamped the way parents can engage with their children's coding education by introducing a more structured approach to home learning. Students who are will need a PRO Kodable membership to play Kodable past 4PM local time and on weekends.

How To Use A Parent Code

Option 1: During Registration

When setting up your parent account, select the option indicating your child uses Kodable at school and enter their Parent Code. This action links your child's school profile to your account, unlocking the full Kodable experience, including advanced resources and progress monitoring.

Option 2: On an Existing Account

If you missed adding a Parent Code at registration, there's still a way. Simply log into your parent dashboard, select Add Student, then opt for Use Parent Code. This imports your child's school information to your account, keeping all their progress intact.

Learn more about our PRO membership access:

PRO Membership Benefits:

  • Extended Content Access: The PRO membership unlocks the entirety of Kodable Education: including Kodable Basics, Kodable Creator and Bug World. Offering a wide range of coding games and activities that go beyond the basics.

  • Personalized Learning Paths: Children can enjoy personalized learning experiences tailored to their skill level and interests, ensuring they're always challenged and engaged.

  • Progress Tracking: PRO members gain in-depth insights into their child's learning progress, including detailed reports on the skills they’ve mastered and the concepts they’re currently exploring.

  • Additional Learning Resources: Access to extra resources like coding challenges and project-based learning activities that foster creativity and problem-solving skills.

Curious whether your child has a Parent Code through their school? Don't hesitate to ask their teacher!

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