So in case you haven’t noticed, there’s this thing called the World Wide Web, also known as the internet. I’ve heard that people that know how it works can make a lot of money. One of those people is my hubby. Aside from sitting through a bunch of meetings, he also apparently spends a few hours a week programming on the web for his company. Me, I know how to type. When something doesn’t look right I have to call over the hubby to take a look and fix it.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get your son or daughter started down this road to knowledge and security? Now with KidCoder you can!
KidCoder is a series of books with instructional videos and online exercises designed to teach kids of all ages (well, 10 year olds and up) a variety of programming topics in a fun and easy to follow manner. There is a course for younger kids on basic windows programming, a course for older kids on windows programming and one for Java programming. The program that I received is for Beginning Web Design. The course is designed for anyone from 4th to 12th grade. I have a niece who is going into the 7th grade and she fancies calling herself a “geek.” Now, she can actually be one! <<< My husband’s words, not mine. Yes, computer geeks actually call themselves geeks!
During the summer my niece and nephew spend a great deal of time at our home so we couldn’t have received the KidCoder course at a better time. I’ve even been picking and pecking around at it and picked up a few things here and there … yeah, I’m all technical and stuff now!
I definitely recommend KidCoder to anyone interested in learning more about web design, windows programming, or Java programming; even those of us older than the recommended age. 😉 Computer are the way of the future. We all need every tidbit of knowledge and information that we can get to help us achieve success when working with them.
To learn more about Homeschool Programming, Inc.’s KidCoder and TeenCoder courses click HERE.
The award-winning KidCoder and TeenCoder computer science courses will teach your 4th-12th grade student how to create their own websites, video games, and apps. The self-study curriculum will introduce students to modern, industry-standard technologies like HTML, Java, C#, and Visual Basic. Ideal for homeschool students seeking elective computer credit or any individual student who can’t get material like this through their normal school system.
There are 4 independent course tracks that cover different subjects and age ranges as described here:
* KidCoder: Beginning Web Design (4th-12th grades)
* KidCoder: Windows Programming (6th-8th grades)
* TeenCoder: Winodws Programming (9th-12th grades)
* TeenCoder: Java Programming (9th-12th grades)
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