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  • a child's first program

    How old do you think a child should be before she/he can learn simple computer codes? What's a simple, basic program that might make for a good introuction to programming?

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    I think the "right" time to begin teaching programming to children would vary according to the individual
    Hope this following list helps!!
    List of educational programming languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    • #3
      It should be taught early as possible, in order to get the basics out of the way. Faster you learn it, and grasp it. The more you will learn throughout your programming career or hobby. In other words, getting the basics out of the way. So you can move on to applying, and implementing it.

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      • #4
        Programming for Kids

        Check this out:

        http://fuse.microsoft.com/projects/kodu

        Shane.

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        • #5
          The final version of the new national curriculum for English schools will see children learning fractions in their first year of school, while computer programming and evolution will be taught for the first time in primary schools.
          3D printing and programming - the new school curriculum - Channel 4 News
          It is now the part of the school curriculum in U.K

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          • #6
            Microsoft and Lego

            Check this out:

            Microsoft and LEGO Education demonstrate development possibilities on Windows 8.1 with SentryBot

            Shane.

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            • #7
              Learn Programming

              Or this:

              http://www.fastCoDesign.com/1673124/...-with-pictures

              Shane.

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