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What happens after I invite families?

Read about how to engage families in their child's learning by creating a Kodable parent account.

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

Congratulations on inviting families to register for a parent account on Kodable! Your decision to involve parents in their child's learning journey is an important step towards fostering a strong home-school connection.

Here's what you can expect after families accept your invitation:

Register for Parent Account with a FREE 7 Day Trial

Families will receive an invitation to register for a parent account, they have the option to register for a parent account and set up a FREE 7 day trial of Kodable.

By creating a Kodable parent plan, they will have access to the full curriculum and additional learning resources. After the 7 day free trial period ends, they can choose to continue with a paid subscription or revert to the free parent account, where they can continue monitoring progress.

What is the Parent Dashboard?

Once families have registered for a parent account, they'll have access to the parent dashboard. From the dashboard, they can monitor their child's progress, view student creations, and access additional learning resources to support their child's learning.

To view your student's progress from the parent dashboard, simply select a registered student from the left side of your screen. In this example, I will select the Lillian's linked profile.

Now you can see an overview of your student's account along with viewing their projects, progress, and the option to manage their account.

Looking for an alternative? Send home your class code!

Another way for students to play Kodable at home is by using their class code. This is the easiest and most user-friendly method to get your student set up to play at home. You can find printouts right on your teacher dashboard under "Student Login Instructions".

Note: Free Kodable Students can access Kodable for free during the hours of 7-4pm local time.

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