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K-2 learning is the byproduct of having fun with Puzzlets


Puzzlets is a hardware acessory for your tablet or computer used to play Puzzlets-specific games. Each game focues on a traditionally “tough” STEAM subject, such as: coding, math, and color theory. Each game comes with its themed set of  physcial Puzzlets tiles. Teachers are using it in their classroom all over the country.

Don’t worry about introducing your K-2 students to coding. With Puzzlets, students opt into learning without even realizing it. Puzzlets is built upon 21st Century Skills and Habits of the Mind. In fact, Puzzlets is the only hands-on gaming system included in CSforAll.

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watch “What is Puzzlets?” video

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get classroom guide

Get the free Innovative Thinking Guide PDF based on 21st Century Skills and Habits of the Mind. Use it as a framework for discussion and questions to ask your students.


teachers love Puzzlets for K-2 coding & STEAM

Puzzlets combines hands-on play with interactive gaming to form one seamless experience, engaging the mind and teaching the player new ways of thinking about coding and STEAM topics.

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our first of many games!


Cork the Volcano is a game for your compatible tablet or computer and comes included in every Puzzlets Starter Set. Gameplay is really simple to learn and very rewarding to master. Cork the Volcano encourages kids to think like a programmer!


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August 22, 2016

Puzzlets Redefining “Remedial”

Teachers are generally aware that each their students possess unique learning styles, but what can we do with students that inexplicably fall-behind their peers? What do educators do to engage students that are all-to-often labeled as…
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August 9, 2016

Games & Grit

Way back in the 1930s, author Napoleon Hill decided to study successful men and women in an attempt to find something they had in common that might help others achieve their own success. Surprisingly, he found nothing in the way of specific genius or super-human abilities in those high achievers…
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July 12, 2016

They’ve Got Some ‘Splainin to Do

Whenever people get together they inevitably communicate ideas of some sort to each other. The process is so natural we rarely give it any thought. However, the very activity of articulating an idea one has in mind can help engender a stronger understanding of the idea…
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More Games for 2017/18 School Year

After students have mastered Cork the Volcano, there are two more games debuting next school year.