Launch Pad

K–5 computer science education.

Prepare your K–5 classroom for lift-off with Launch Pad by Skill Struck.

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Launch Pad Overview

Helping teachers and students soar through elementary computer science education

Our library of auto-graded activities provides teachers with the freedom they need to focus on individual students.

Grade-level lesson plans give standards-driven classrooms a roadmap that is packed with activities and discussions to keep students on track for the next level (and includes "side-quests" for advanced students).

Launch Pad's key features

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Empower your educators to teach K–5 students with Launch Pad

Sprite puzzles to help students get familiar with coding
Block-based to syntax coding for all learners
Autograder for teachers
Games to keep students engaged
Sprite puzzles to help students get familiar with coding

Drag and drop puzzles can be a great way for students to get familiar with coding. These dynamic activities, where students can switch between block and syntax help build the computational thinking foundations, like algorithms, loops, and sequences.

Block-based to syntax coding for all learners

Blocks can get boring. Launch Pad allows students to switch between blocks and syntax and makes coding accessible by providing students with the opportunity to write, analyze, and debug code using our puzzles and code playground.

Autograder for teachers

Skill Struck challenges, lessons, and projects are automatically graded in real time. This allows students to receive immediate feedback and gives teachers more time to engage with students.

With the auto-grader as a guide, students and teachers can get immediate feedback without needing to be expert at coding themselves.

Games to keep students engaged

Engage students with various games, activities, and challenges to help master their computer science skills and have some fun while they learn!

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Here's what teachers and educators say.


The program and the people behind it are innovative, intelligent, and organized. The platform is very user-friendly and l have been able to guide my students easily through the curriculum.


I love how Skill Struck has even been developed for the elementary levels so the goal is to graduate the students at the different levels each year and we can definitely see they come more prepared when they come to high school.


Having a mapped out, structured way to learn and experience the computer science curriculum really freed up time for me to give students one-on-one attention.