Coding Decoded

Bring computational thinking within every students’ reach

Join BrainPOP in Hour of Code this #CSEdWeek with free Creative Coding projects that let students show what they know—no matter what subject you’re teaching.

Simplify coding for everyone in the classroom(including you!)

(including you!)

Creative Coding—developed in partnership with Scratch and Vidcode—helps you introduce coding through the content you’re already teaching, giving students a creative way to express their learning.

Find Creative Coding in any topic you're teaching

Assign projects like coding a game, comic strip, and more

Encourage students to "code what they know" with a friendly interface

Join Hour of Code without extra planning

Explore our free projects and easily bring coding into your existing lesson plans.

Food Chains

Martin Luther King Jr.

Who is a predator? Who is prey?

Code a newscast about food chains.

Code a digital museum to show what you know about Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Online Safety

Computer Programming


Animate an idea for staying safe online. 

Code a programming meme. Now that’s meta!

What is color? Code a flag to show what you know!

Basic Adding


Facts and Opinions

Code an addition problem for classmates to solve.

Code a museum exhibit featuring the five senses.

Is that a fact? Code a fact or opinion game!

Turn coding into a skill every kid is excited to learn

What happens when kids learn to code in Social Studies? Science? English? Nat and Moby find out.

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What does it mean to “code to learn?"

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Crack the code on student engagement

A simpler way to meet your teaching goals is one click away