Teaching Programming for Kids with C-Jump, Alice, Kids Corner

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On MadrasGeek, we usually write couple of tools and apps that are specially for kids and childrens. On the past, we had discussed about specially designed search engines for kids, Operating system for kids, desktop toys for kids, Games for kids. But we had not seen any kids programming language or kids programming software to teach children programming. So here are some useful sites for your kids to learn kids computer programming.

Teaching children programming softwares makes the kid to promote concentration and logical reasoning. Start teaching the basics or first step in programming for your kids.

C-Jump

C-Jump is a board game which is aimed at kids of 11 years and older to learn programming languages. You can start learning from basic programming lang to complicated as c, c++ and java. Fun education tool to download. Download C-Jump

Alice

Alice is a teaching tool for introductory computing. It uses 3D graphics and a drag-and-drop interface to facilitate a more engaging, less frustrating first programming experience. You can create animations to tell stories, games or videos. Alice is a teaching tool free for all, designed to be the first exhibition of a student object-oriented programming.

Microsoft Kids Corner

Microsoft’s kids corner people who want to learn to program and also focused on children to lead towards that world. Without any prior knowledge of programming, with a very simple and simple language rather than allows you to create libraries to fulfill your programs and / or games, with a few lines of code. Brand new social web of Small Basic , you can share your programs with friends, allowing them to try them and may, in turn, add your creation on your website or blog.

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Comments

  1. Balaji says:

    I like Microsoft Kids Corner :-)

    Thanks for the info

  2. Teachers wanting more information on teaching with Alice, should contact Project Manager, Barbara Conover
    bconover@purdue.edu
    to start receiving teacher resources, curricula, tests, etc., as well as the Alice newsletter.

    I look forward to hearing from you!
    Barbara

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