Bitsbox – Coding For Kids

Our affiliate programs keep us alive here at LSB and we are delighted to announce a new affiliate to you. Bitsbox is a learning system that teaches real coding.

Each level introduces a new computer science concept with a set of crazyfun app projects that come every month!

Beautiful Bitsbox materials.
Subscriptions cost as little as $20/month.

Is Bitsbox right for your kid?

Over a million kids have built apps on our website, and we have subscribers in over 70 countries.

Age of kids who use BitsboxBitsbox is designed for 6 to 12 year olds.

Gender of kids who use BitsboxBitsbox appeals to both boys and girls.

Attention grownups! You don’t need to know anything about code to help your kid learn with Bitsbox.

“Wanted to give a big bouquet to you all for the excitement and enjoyment my 9 year old daughter got when she received her first Bitsbox yesterday in Middle Earth (New Zealand). Fantastic job with the design, love the recycled packaging, and the first impressions of the coding experience is thumbs up. Only problem now is that the 7 year old younger sister might have to be signed up too, to avoid WW3. Cheers!” Hassan Wong, New Zealand

How it works


Kids look through the materials and pick an app.

Every box comes with a mix of coding projects, ranging from simple to more advanced.


Kids type the app into the Bitsbox website.

Kids start with the code from the materials, then change it to make it their own.


Kids use and share their apps on any mobile device.

Bitsbox apps run on any computer, tablet, or phone with a web browser.

Hundreds of crazyfun apps to build and share
Learn to code the Bitsbox way

Code is a language

Learning to program is just like learning any language. The earlier you start, the easier it is. Kids can use Bitsbox as soon as they can read and write.

Short and sweet

If you want your kid to learn guitar, you don’t start with Rock Band. You start with a smaller guitar. Bitsbox uses simple commands to create cool apps that really work.

Monkey see, monkey do

Most people learn hard things by imitation and repetition. With Bitsbox, kids learn to program by copying apps and making them their own.
Sign up by clicking on the banner below.


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