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Snap! (BYOB): Lesson 4: Building a Number Comparison Block Using a Reporter and How It Translates to C++

For background information and how to get started with Snap! (formerly known as BYOB), click here for lesson 1. I’m using BYOB version 3.1.1 for my examples, but you can follow along with either version linked below. 749 more words


Programming for Kids

It’s never too early to introduce your little kids to problem solving. Programming at it’s core is problem solving. I have been programming for about thirteen years professionally, and I chose to go down this path, because of my love of problem solving. 60 more words

Programming For Kids

Code Combat - Learn programming through playing / Code Combat - spielerisch Programmieren lernen

Are you a parent interested in teaching your child(ren) programming? Are you a teacher and want your class to learn programming in a way that is fun and educative? 1,169 more words

Misc / Diverses

Review: Web Design by CompuScholar, Inc.

For a while now we’ve debated building our own website. Finding a web designer can be pricey, and online forums can be restricting. So when we were offered an opportunity to review… 849 more words


CompuScholar, Inc. {Review}

I was immediately intrigued by the courses offered by CompuScholar, Inc. the company formerly known as Homeschool Programming.  We use the computer in our school every single day and yet have never taken the time to do any sort of course or increase our understanding of information technology.   657 more words

CompuScholar, Inc - Digital Savvy (A Review)


CompuScholar, Inc and Digital Savvy

This is a review of CompuScholar, Inc, formerly known as  Homeschool Programming. Although there are many courses available such as… 711 more words