A parent code is issued by a school or teacher and allows students to connect their school account at home. With a Parent Code, parents can:
view projects and creations made at school
view school progress
To do this, parents just need to create a Kodable parent account and enter their child's parent code. Tracking progress from school is completely free.
Use your Parent Code to connect Kodable Home and School Profiles
Kids who are ready for more coding can register for a 7 day free trial of the Kodable Home Membership. Home memberships include access to all new coding activities and levels. Use the parent code to connect the home account and school account.
By logging in with a parent code on Kodable Home students can:
Access all new levels
Access all their existing fuzz, maze and game creations
Use all the coins earned at school to buy new costumes and decorations in the Kodable Store
All creations, costumes, and decorations will sync between the two accounts
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.
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 Kodable Home 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.