Does your child love Roblox? There are 40 millions games on Roblox, and enjoying Roblox is great way for friends to hangout together. So why not go from playing to learning and creating, while having just as much fun? Take a big step forward with your Roblox experience by actually creating your own Roblox games!
If your child already has some experience with block-based coding such as Scratch, Roblox game development is a great next step. For students that are grade 6 or younger, we highly recommend starting with Beginner Roblox Game Coding Class, which also uses Roblox studio. We also recommend taking Python first to get familiar with text based coding in order get most out of this Roblox coding class.
In this unique live interactive class, students will learn how to use Roblox Studio to create customized worlds and code mini-games. Coding is done via Lua, a scripting language that is relatively easy to use. The course starts with simple coding concepts such as loop and conditional to get students familiar with Lua, and gradually goes deeper to more advanced concepts such as variables, arrays, and more. It is entirely project based, and we will be building multiple fun games.
Roblox Studio Intro - First Project
New to Roblox coding? We highly recommend starting from Beginner Roblox Game Coding Class.
If you believe Roblox coding with Lua is the right class for you, but you have never used Roblox studio, go through this free self-guided Roblox Studio tutorial to download and install Roblox Studio. The tutorial will also teach you how to create a simple fun Obby Game!
If you prefer to join an intro class with a live teacher, sign up for Beginner Roblox Game Coding - Free Intro class. It covers the same content as the tutorial. Please note that this live intro class is mostly for younger students, while our Coding with Roblox Studio in Lua class is for grades 6-12 only.
Sign up for Coding with Roblox Studio in Lua whenever you are ready. See you soon!