We’ve been overwhelmed with positive feedback since launching Kodable for Parents in November. Our team has been hard at work making lots of exciting updates to the game, for your kids.

Today parents, you get an update! We’ve added progress tracking to your parent dashboard!

Now, you can see everything your little ones are learning – at home and at school!

Log in to your parent dashboard at kodable.com or by clicking the “Progress Dashboard” button on the game website.

You can track their progress on each programming concept

If your child is linked with their school account, you can see an overview of their progress in each concept at home and at school. They have access to different levels at school than they do at home.

View progress for each level in a concept

Each concept will include a list of levels in that unit. There you can see how many are left to complete and how your child is doing on a concept.

See areas where they need a little help

In this example, Ada Lovelace is struggling a bit with conditions. You can tell, because Kodable highlighted some of the levels in orange. You can also see she got less than three stars on two of the levels.

Click on a level to see a detailed view of what your child did on that level.

Kodable stars are laid out to encourage kids to use new concepts when they’re introduced. In the above example, Ada solved the maze without using a condition to collect her third star.

When your child gets fewer than three stars, it indicates they are not using the concept correctly and may need a little help. You can go back and review the levels with them.

Explore what your child is learning in Kodable

Use the Learning Guide to see more about each area of Kodable and what your child is learning. Get it below or on your parent dashboard.

Celebrate their learning with custom creations

Select the creations tab from the navigation on the left side of your screen to see all the fuzzes and mazes your kids have created! View the code they wrote and print it out to post on your fridge!

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