40 Tools to Learn Coding: Teaching Kids to Code (EdSurge Guides)

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There are endless ways to learn programming available online. We’ve selected our favorite 40 tools to get you started. Whether you’re a complete tyro, robot-hacking hands-on learner, or a ‘leet coder looking for advanced training, you’ll find something to help you hone your skills.


“Math Prerequisite” indicates the amount of math a student should know to make the most of a tool: Elementary, Middle, and High School and above. “Prep Time” is relative: some products require hardware setup, user authentication, and lesson planning while others are browser-based and ready to go. Prices (as of May 2013) are as indicated, with any extra fees noted in a product’s description.”

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