What is Codeverse?

Codeverse teaches kids aged 6+ how to code. The friendly online platform leads your little one through missions and provides private weekly classes that coach them on how to make real games and apps.

Designed for young coders of all levels, this online platform has been featured in Vents Magazine, PR Newswire, The Chicago Tribune, The Journal, Forbes, and many other notable publications. The Codeverse Instagram page has garnered a steady 4k followers.


  • Offers three different coding packages to fit in with different schedules
  • Many different services offered, including one-on-one classes, 24/7 access to the platform, feedback after every class, a parent’s portal to track progress, and more
  • Uses Kidscript—an easy to understand, kid-friendly coding language
  • The learning program is customizable & can be personalized to your child’s preferences
  • Parents have access to the platform but aren’t needed for their child to complete a lesson
  • Children can share the apps and games they develop with friends and family
  • Available around the world via a download from the Codeverse App Store 
  • Offers a free trial

How Does Codeverse Work?

Before signing up for a membership, Codeverse lets kids try a free class. This opportunity gives the child and their parents the chance to see what the program is like and if it’s the right fitfor their needs.

If their first class is a success and you would like to sign your child up for more, you can choose how many 50-minute classes they take a month. The more classes your kid attends, the faster they progress through the program. Your options are:

  • Supernova Lite: 2 classes per month
  • Supernova: 4 classes per month
  • Supernova Pro: 8 classes per month

You have the choice of signing up for one month of classes, but if you commit to a longer period of time, you’ll save money. A quarterly membership offers 10% off, while an annual membership offers 20% off.

Also, if you have more than one child that you want to enroll, Codeverse will give you 10% off of the additional membership.

In addition to the classes with a Codeverse Guide, your child’s membership also includes unlimited access to the online coding platform, as well as:

  • Personal notes for your child given by your Guide after a class
  • Access to the Parent Portal to track progress and make class rescheduling easy
  • An online platform with endless missions and games that help with coding

But don’t worry, the Codeverse Guides do the rest. You can sit back and watch your child take in the wonderful world of code while a professional helps them learn.

Codeverse teaches kids using KidScript™. This is a programming language specifically designed for children.

It combines languages from professional code like JavaScript, Java, Python, C++, and Ruby into one easy-to-digest form that kids can grasp and start using right away.

You know the language and what your kid will get out of Codeverse, but you may be wondering what they’ll actually be doing—how do they learn to code?

Codeverse teaches kids by taking them through “missions.” These missions are self-guided and lead your child through building games and apps.

They’ll learn about coding concepts like variables, loops, conditionals, and methods, but in an approachable and accessible way.

What makes Codeverse different from other kid’s coding platforms is its ability to allow kids create anything they can imagine and see their code come to life directly in the platform while they type.

They can tailor it to their preferences, making it personal and letting them see what creating their own apps in the real world could be like.

Children will progress through five different ranks as they master their coding skills. Rank 1 – Coding begins with the basics and each kid will learn to make a simple single-player game that they can share with you.

Meanwhile, those who reach Rank 5 – Commander will be able to build advanced apps and will have a deeper understanding of harder concepts.

In the next section of this Codeverse review, we’ll provide details on the brand’s three different course packages: Supernova Lite, Supernova, and Supernova Pro.