Tynker is the best learning platform for introducing kids and teens to the joy of coding. We guarantee to make coding fun with our hybrid online approach with expert guidance from live coaches to ensure success. Give your child an edge in school and beyond.
150K+Schools use Tynker
Tynker offers the world’s largest library of fun, self-paced coding tutorials – pair with expert guidance from over 20,000 teachers.
Tynker grows with young coders, guiding them from novice to advanced coding, data science, AI, augmented reality and beyond.
Kids as young as 7 can start coding with our unique story-based and visual block coding modules, to easily create games, apps, art, music, animations and more.
Kids are natural born creators, so we give them thousands of hours of projects in game design, Minecraft, Python, web design – even AI.
We empower students of all ages to become creators, while developing critical thinking and coding skills to help them be successful today and tomorrow.
The Tynker coding curriculum is presented in a carefully designed program of 300
lessons in six levels to take your child from a novice to an expert coder.
Engaging scenario-driven activities make learning to code a blast!
Easy-to-use tools let kids create anything they can imagine with code from Minecraft modding to creative coding art, music and more!.
3d modeling Minecraft
Turtle Pen Tools
Tap-Tap picture coding with voice-overs. Pre-readers solve story-based puzzles and build their first programs in coding sandboxes. Ages 5-7
Drag-and-drop block coding with a full-featured workshop. Build games and apps, compose music and art, control smart devices, and much, much more. Ages 7-12
Drag-and-drop Minecraft modding. Design skins, blocks and items. Modify mob behaviors. Create mods and add ons. Explore worlds! Ages 7-12
From block coding to Python coding, we teach the big ideas of CS like abstraction and computing systems.
Over 100 million kids and teens coding and creating.
Learn from fellow makers worldwide.
Millions of learners have started programming using our free Hour of Code puzzles and games and then advanced to Python coding and web dev.
Tynker is trusted by over 150,000 schools and districts all over the world to teach Computer Science in elementary, middle and high schools.
Kids have used Tynker coding and creativity tools to publish millions of apps, games, Minecraft skins and resources in our safe moderated community.
We're living during a high-tech revolution, witnessing life-changing advancements in medicine, environmental conservation, and much more. At the core of all these amazing projects and discoveries is CODE. There's a lot of exciting and imaginative work going into new technology from coders all around the world, transforming fields you wouldn't normally expect and creating huge opportunities for your child in the future.
As kids and teens learn to code, they also build essential skills like critical thinking, logic, and problem-solving. They learn to logically sequence events, create playable games, tell good stories, and model real situations. They also learn computational thinking by developing algorithmic and design thinking abilities. Learning to code has become an essential element of a child's education and an excellent way to express their creativity and imagination.
Tynker is the world’s number one coding platform for children ages 5 to 18 for a reason—it works! Tynker powers the creativity of over 100 million students and serves thousands of schools and educators worldwide.
Tynker’s award-winning, gamified courses and activities encourage kids to complete projects as they have fun, allowing them to progress from novices to experts using languages like Python. Tynker’s interactive lessons have built-in tutorials for all ages and skill levels. Our highly-rated mobile app (4.7 stars) lets students take Tynker on the go. Learning how to code with Tynker unlocks and empowers children’s creativity, teaching them life-long skills they can use today and into the future.
Tynker also has an inspiring global community where millions of kids create and learn from each other in a safe, moderated environment.
Quarterly plans are good if you are checking Tynker out; yearly plans allow your child to progress and get to more advanced coding. The 3-year plan is set up to assess your child yearly and advance them through real-world coding languages like Python.
Each of these plans is available for one child or a family of up to 3 children. All plans come with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Multiple children cannot share the same account, because they will overwrite each other’s work. We offer discounts when you add additional children to our plans.
Yes, we have family plans that allow up to 3 children in one account. With our family plans, everyone can enjoy coding together.
Tynker automatically tracks your child’s achievements as they work through lessons and activities. From your Parent Dashboard, you can view your children’s progress through the courses, the projects they’ve created, and the concepts they’ve learned. You can even share projects with your friends and family.
Yes, your subscription will renew automatically by default. After purchasing, you can turn off recurring billing and edit any other payment information from your Tynker parent dashboard.
If you purchased the subscription from our website, you can cancel a plan by turning off automatic renewal in settings via your Parent Dashboard. Click “Manage” next to each child and select “cancel.” This will remove auto-renewal.
If you purchased the subscription through our iPad app, you need to cancel through the iPad general settings. Open up the settings for the iPad and scroll down until you see iTunes & App Store. Then, select the Apple ID that you used to sign up for the subscription. When you get the pop up, select View Apple ID. Scroll down until you see Subscriptions and click on Subscriptions. Find Tynker and select Cancel.
You can access Tynker courses from any computer with a modern browser and Internet connection. Some courses are also available on the Tynker iPad app. To access courses from the iPad app, sign in to your account.
We currently support two versions of Minecraft – Minecraft (formerly known as Pocket Edition or Windows 10 Edition) and Minecraft: Java Edition. To use mobs, skins, blocks, and Add-Ons for Minecraft, you must install Minecraft on either your computer or your mobile device, download the creation onto the device, and import it into Minecraft.
To deploy mods, skins, and resource packs for Minecraft: Java Edition made with Tynker, you must have purchased a Minecraft account from Mojang and installed Minecraft: Java Edition on your desktop or laptop computer. You will need to connect to our Tynker server and your private world to see your creations.
Yes, you can go here to gift Tynker All-Access individual one year plan or Tynker All-Access Family one year plan. You will be charged the entire amount up front and the subscription will not renew.
Of course! We want you to love Tynker (and we think you will), but if Tynker is not a good fit for your child for any reason, we have a 30-day money back guarantee. If you purchased the subscription through our website, just send us an email at email@example.com
If you purchased the subscription through our iPad app, please contact the Apple App store to request cancellation and a refund.
Certainly! Tynker offers a unique advantage to its users by including two live, one-on-one coaching sessions with all paid subscriptions. These sessions are designed to provide a personalized start to the coding journey and are recommended, but optional. Coaching sessions expire 30 days after purchase.
BYJU’S is the parent company of Tynker and the world’s leading edtech company. BYJU’S mission is to create state-of-the-art global learning tools at the cross-section of technology, interactive content, and personalized learning methodologies. With more than 100 million registered students and 6.5 million annual paid subscriptions, BYJU’S is creating a new innovative way of learning through hands-on visual lessons taught by highly-trained educators.