How Do Kids Learn?

Tynker is a complete learning system with online courses that teach programming and computational thinking
to kids of all ages, whether or not they have prior experience.


Get started quickly with guided exercises and interactive tutorials.


With visual programming, easily snap code blocks together to create programs.


Personalize projects with customized characters and realistic game play.

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Kids Learn to Code while Building Awesome Games

Kids of all ages learn programming and create as many projects as they can imagine.
Lifetime Access = Unlimited Creativity!

Success Stories

  • Coding With a Room Full of Girls

    We were so excited to run this programming workshop exclusively for girls organized by Girls Innovate! and hosted by nestGSV at Redwood City, CA. It turned out to be a fantastic event, with a room full of enthusiastic girls and their parents who came together to learn computer programming using Tynker.

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  • Summer of Code with Tynker

    This summer, kids had a blast at Tynker camps! They learned programming, but more importantly, they learned that coding is fun!

    Held in San Francisco at the Children's Creativity Museum and at schools in Palo Alto, these week-long camps were a great way for beginners to start coding. Boys and girls ranging from grades 3-9 showed off their coding skills with their first creations here.

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  • 9th Graders Teach 3rd Graders to Code With Tynker

    Tynker is an excellent way to teach children in elementary school the basics of programming or coding cool games. The games on the Tynker page are ranked from beginner to intermediate to show the difficulty of coding or programming involved.

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  • Grandpa Gifts Tynker to his Grandkids

    When John heard Tynker being used in the Hour of Code at his granddaughters' school in Seattle he was intrigued. "I liked the idea of introducing programming at such an early age," he says. He looked up Tynker and instantly decided to buy the Tynker home course as a gift for them so they could continue building on the interest developed during the Hour of Code.

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  • After School Coding Club

    One of the best moments of this adventure was when I saw a third grader teaching some first graders an aspect of Tynker. This kind of collaborative learning is something teachers love to see, and is affirmation that this was an exceptional tool to be using.

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Kids, Parents and Teachers love Tynker

When my 8-year-old showed me the projects he has created on Tynker, I was totally blown away! Brian G. Parent from Palo Alto CA
It has been so great for me to see my students really shine in this, especially some of those who struggle in other areas.. These students are so proud of their success and it is so encouraging to see how much it boosts their confidence. Anna Cross Teacher from Rockwood School District, MO
My favorite program was Tynker. I loved to make the game, and customizing it just to perfection. It really makes you feel free. Jonathan Student from Louisville KY