Teach your kids basic computer science with these app subscriptions on sale

Teach your kids basic computer science with these app subscriptions on sale

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TL;DR: As of Feb. 9, you can get the codeSpark Academy Sibling Bundle (3-month access for two accounts) for just $17.99 instead of $59 — that's 69% off.

In a digitally-dominated world, it’s hard to keep kids away from their screens. But fortunately, it’s easier than ever to fill those screens with educational content. Check out codeSpark Academy, a coding app created for kids, for instance. It’s designed to teach your kids the basics of computer science through play, and you can get codes for two kids with this sibling bundle deal.

As of Feb. 9, the codeSpark Academy Sibling Bundle gets you three-month access for two accounts. So, whether you’re a parent of two, have two nieces or nephews, or have a friend with kiddos, you can divide or share these codes however you desire.

CodeSpark’s mission is to ignite curiosity and turn programming into play. It’s made for kids ages 4 to 9 and uses creative tools like puzzles, games, stories, and more to teach computer science concepts like sequencing, loops, conditional statements, events, Boolean logic and sorting, and variables. You don’t have to worry about ads distracting the kids from learning or in-game purchases causing unwanted credit card purchases. And with new content released monthly, there will always be something new for your little ones to enjoy.

This coding app for kids has earned quite a few accolades, including being named one of the Best Digital Tools of 2020 by AASL and an Academics’ Choice Award Winner for Brain Toy. CodeSpark is also part of the HOMER family, which is a team dedicated to helping kids everywhere get the best start to their learning journey.

A two-pack of three-month codes to codeSpark Academy typically goes for $59, but you can slash 69% off and get this sibling bundle for just $17.99 for a limited time.

Prices subject to change.

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