For a long time, we planned to do the same coding and robotics camps for children at refugee centers in Egypt and Syria during the summer of 2020. We had even made a large playlist of videos, Khan Academy style, based on solving programming word problems. These videos were created for the students in the refugee centers to learn from after we returned to the US. However, in March 2020 COVID-19 did not allow us to go outside the United States and all schools were closed. Suddenly, students who were in a situation where they had to study alone at home and teachers who had to teach online study seemed disoriented and confused by the massive changes. So, we created voiceofcoding.com by collecting coding tutorial videos prepared for the children of refugee centers in Egypt and Syria. We sent an email to hundreds of US high schools introducing our website, hoping that our lectures would reach teachers in need of a way to teach their students online. We intended our videos could give computers science teachers and students everywhere a more intimate way to learn online.