Code Monster saves what lesson you are on, so feel free to stop at any time and come back later. As long as you come back on the same browser on the same machine, you’ll get back to your lesson. About Code Monster from Crunchzilla is an interactive tutorial for kids that focuses on action. Code changes immediately yield visible results. Projects start with simple boxes and colors, rapidly progressing into exciting experiments with simple animation and fractals. Important programming concepts like variables, loops, conditionals, expressions, and functions are introduced by example. Code Monster is a gentle and fun introduction to programming concepts.
It is a first step in learning to program. It is not intended to teach all of computer science and programming. Code Monster is based in Seattle, WA. It is part of the Crunchzilla suite of game and educational projects developed by Geeky Ventures. Frequently Asked Questions What is the c in things like c.
It’s a little technical but, if you want to know the details, c is a variable Code Monster creates for you that contains the Canvas’ 2D context. How can I save my code and use it outside of Code Monster? If you copy that into a file, then copy-and-paste your code into it, then save the file with a filename ending in . Is there any other code that is hidden from me? There is also a bit of hidden code to try to stop animations when you change lessons and the code you write is instrumented to try to prevent infinite loops. You shouldn’t need those to run your code outside of Code Monster.