beanz magazine is an award-winning bi-monthly online and print magazine about learning to code, computer science, and how we use technology in our daily lives. The magazine includes hard to find information, for example, a list of 40+ programming languages for education, coding schools, summer tech camps, and more. The magazine also has won several awards.


Every issue has some number of stories whose full content is available to subscribers only. The current rate is $15/year to read all stories. Your subscription rate remains the same as long as you maintain your subscription.

Subscribe for online access only ($15/yr)

Print + Online

The magazine is available in print format and includes full access to the online magazine, a $15/year value. The links below are for credit card payment. To pay by check and/or invoices, download this form and follow instructions below.

Subscribe to print version + online access
(US: $29.99/yr)
(includes $15/year online access)

Subscribe to print version + online access
(Non-US: $35/yr)
(includes $15/year online access)

Libraries, Groups, & Bulk Orders

Community and school libraries can request a printed sample and/or invoice. Or download a sample issue. Subscription services Discount Magazine, EBSCO (EBSCO title ID is 507-154-300), Magazine PTP, Magazine Subscription Service Agency, and WT Cox sell subscriptions, along with other services. The magazine also is available by subscription in electronic form through Flipster. Our library subscription page also has details.

Buy Back Issues

You also can buy individual copies of past print issues of the magazine, based on availability.

Subscriptions Support the Magazine

Why subscriptions? This magazine has no advertising, by design. There are no distracting or inappropriate ads, links in stories, and callouts within a story begging you to click away from what you want to read. The bottom of every online article includes lots of curated links where you can learn more about the topic. Subscribers help make the magazine 100% for the benefit of kids, parents, teachers, librarians, and anyone who wants to learn more about coding, computer science, and how we use technology in our daily lives.