Below are recommended websites that children can access at home. Most are easily accessible by using a website, clicking on links etc. others may need them to register, log in etc. (3D sites)
J2Code meets all of the coding elements of the National Curriculum computing programmes of study.
Python/ HTML projects to remix and adapt. Trinket lets you run and write code in any browser, on any device. Various levels of activity.
Free, HTML / Python projects, similar to Trinket.
Hugely popular one-hour coding challenges designed for all ages!
Lots of tutorials to work on coding concepts or simply create your own project (Year 2 and up).
Learn different programming languages by playing a combat game (Years 5 and 6).
Learn Javascript programming language.
A selection of different activities to learn computing skills.
Learn different coding languages (CSS, Html and Javascript) by using emoji.
Create 3D environments and add characters. Some tutorials available on the website to help you. Works online or on the app. You will need to create an account but the free version has plenty to start off with.
Create a simple webpage and learn Html with a lego style drag and drop interface.
3D Design
Create 3D models and add code. Also the ability to design and simulate electronic circuits. Free but you do need to create an account first.
Design and create almost anything in 3D.
Activities looking at different aspects of Cyber Security. Please note (doesn’t work well on ipads).
E-safety game from Thinkuknow website (Year 2 and up).
Great game for looking at different aspects of Cyber Security such as password creation.
Google’s Online Safety resources / games.
Computer skills
Early mouse skills.
Learn to touch type.
BBC game to learn touch typing.
Lots of games to practice using a mouse.
Videos and games to explain different computing concepts.
Videos and games to explain different computing concepts.
Learn to type.
Learn to type.
Playable online (Flash is blocked but can unblock to run it at the moment), it can be downloaded as an app too.
Code DJ is a code learning application, where players learn coding through musical creation.
Incredibox is a music app that lets you create your own music with the help of a merry crew of beatboxers.
Make and share beats in your browser.
A website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.