CodeMonkey

CodeMonkey is a company providing a platform to help children learn to code in real programming languages. It provides game-based and project-based courses, that kids use to solve scaffolded puzzles and building games. CodeMonkey is designed for school, extra-curricular, and home-use.

TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyTAL Education Group
HQBrooklyn, NY, US
Founded2013
Websitecodemonkey.com
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
CodeMonkey was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, US

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Key People/Management at CodeMonkey

Jonathan Schor

Jonathan Schor

CEO

CodeMonkey Office Locations

CodeMonkey has offices in Brooklyn and Palo Alto
Brooklyn, NY, US (HQ)
195 Montague St
Palo Alto, CA, US
2345 Yale St 1st floor
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CodeMonkey Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2013

Total Funding

$2.2 m

Investors

In total, CodeMonkey had raised $2.2 m. CodeMonkey is a subsidiary of TAL Education Group

CodeMonkey Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

89/100

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CodeMonkey Online and Social Media Presence

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CodeMonkey Blogs

Unplugged Coding for Kids Activity in English/ELA and Art Classes: A Cross-Curricular Coding Adventure

Ages: 8-year-olds and up (3rd grade and up) Standards Involved: You could apply almost every English/ELA standard for any grade level involving creating/writing a story … Continue reading "Unplugged Coding for Kids Activity in English/ELA and Art Classes: A Cross-Curricular Coding Adventure"

Remote Learning Isn’t Going Anywhere. Let’s Make It the Best It Can Be

The global Coronavirus crisis is going to leave the world a different place than it was only months ago. The health, personal and economic pain … Continue reading "Remote Learning Isn’t Going Anywhere. Let’s Make It the Best It Can Be"

CodeMonkey Joins UNESCO Initiative for COVID-19 Educational Response

CodeMonkey is proud to be part of the UNESCO initiative “Combat COVID-19: Keep learning. Together we are on the move!” alongside partners such as Google, … Continue reading "CodeMonkey Joins UNESCO Initiative for COVID-19 Educational Response"

ANNOUNCEMENT: Upcoming Changes to CodeMonkey’s Website

Imagine this – your class is about to begin and you’re starting your lesson with CodeMonkey. You log-in to your account and scroll down to … Continue reading "ANNOUNCEMENT: Upcoming Changes to CodeMonkey’s Website"

­4 Super Easy Ways to Introduce Coding to Pre-schoolers

Introduction Steve Jobs once said that everyone should learn how to program a computer because “it teaches you how to think”. If we are teaching … Continue reading "­4 Super Easy Ways to Introduce Coding to Pre-schoolers"

Code.org and Coding for Kids

The following is a guest blog written by a CodeMonkey Teacher Ambassador One of my favorite things to see and hear is the satisfaction my students … Continue reading "Code.org and Coding for Kids"
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CodeMonkey Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was CodeMonkey founded?

    CodeMonkey was founded in 2013.

  • Who are CodeMonkey key executives?

    CodeMonkey's key executives are Jonathan Schor.

  • How many employees does CodeMonkey have?

    CodeMonkey has 23 employees.

  • Who are CodeMonkey competitors?

    Competitors of CodeMonkey include Leyline, Sdui and Kunduz.

  • Where is CodeMonkey headquarters?

    CodeMonkey headquarters is located at 195 Montague St, Brooklyn.

  • Where are CodeMonkey offices?

    CodeMonkey has offices in Brooklyn and Palo Alto.

  • How many offices does CodeMonkey have?

    CodeMonkey has 2 offices.