CodeMonkey is a fun and educational game environment where students learn to code in a real programming language, no previous experience needed.

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CodeMonkey is a fun and educational game environment where students learn to code in a real programming language, no previous experience needed.


Full course, ready to go

With CodeMonkey’s Teacher Kit, everyone can easily teach the basics of computer science.


Real programming language

Using CoffeeScript, students learn to code and then build their own HTML5 games.


Game based learning

Write code.
Catch bananas.
Save the world.


Game builder

Using what they learn, students can develop their own apps and games.

Learning With CodeMonkey

No previous experience in coding required

CodeMonkey is designed as a classroom resource with fully-guided lessons plans. This means that every teacher can teach the Codemonkey courses, even though they have no prior experience in Computer Science.

  • We provide you with fully-guided lessons plans.
  • We offer detailed complementary video tutorials for our lesson plans.

Monitor & assess your students progress

With our Teacher Dashboard, we save you both time and effort when monitoring your students progress.

  • Through the dashboard you can see how far your students have progressed through the courses and how well they have performed.
    This in turn makes makes it easier to find a topic in which the students were struggling with and address it specifically.
  • Our automatic grading system saves you much needed time assessing your students.

Text-based coding

It is hard to imagine life without software usage today and text-based coding is a fundamental part of this process and can better prepare children to the 21st century.

  • Learning how to code does not only teach children how to solve problems with IT, but it actually help to nurture creativity, logic, critical thinking and problem solving skills that can be applied in both their professional and personal lives, now and in the future.
  • Text-based coding is the preferred computer language used today in 99% of all software products.

See Why Teachers Love Using CodeMonkey


Diane Main

Director of Learning, Innovation and Design @ The Harker School, San Jose, California

“What I like best about CodeMonkey is its engagement level, but most importantly the realistic coding students do in a text-based editor. The game-like quality makes them willing to take risks and persevere.”


Pi-Chuan Chang

Ph.D, Programming Teacher & Engineer, AltSchool

“I was glad to see a coding game creating equally high engagement with girls! And the linear path makes guidance easy even with large student groups.”


Katarina Lantz-Dretnik

Primary Teacher,
The Swedish school, UK

"I'm so pleased I had the opportunity to use CodeMonkey, I think it's the best that I've seen. The lesson plans with the online and offline activities are really good, It made it easy for the children to understand our goals."


Megan McNinch

Sugar Creek Elementary School in Fort Mill, SC

"I have been using CodeMonkey with grades 3+, the students and teachers love it! It's my first year coding at age 29. Kids can code and I can too!"


Mic Lowne

primary school ICT teacher, Melbourne

"Brilliant. The teacher reference solutions are a great tool to have, because some of my students are moving ahead of me!!!”

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