At Kodable, we know that classroom coding time can be limited. So we've made it incredibly easy to let your students continue their coding practice at home - with an entirely different set of levels, challenges, and monthly suprises! To do this, we give each student that you create a unique Parent Code and an all-access, free of charge trial.
How do I get my student's Parent Codes?
When you create your students, we automatically give them a parent code. This is a unique, 7 character identifier that can be used to link a parent account with a teacher account and start a free Parent plan trial. You can find your student's Parent Codes on their Code Cards, which are generated directly from your teacher dashboard.
Code Cards can be generated per-class, per-student, or for your entire school. Once downloaded, you can find your student's Parent Code on the right.
How are Parent Codes used?
Parent Codes are entered when creating a profile to use at home in the Kodable Game. Simply select 'Add Player' and choose the option to Use Parent Code.
Learn more about starting a free, all-access trial to take coding to the next level at home.