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Hopscotch - Learn to program. Make Awesome things.

Even—and especially—kids. Empower them to create anything they can imagine. “My daughter always thought computer programming was for boys, but she could not put down Hopscotch, and said building a game seemed fun to her too.” -Michael, father of Erin, age 12 “This is a terrific beginning programming environment where kids don't have to sweat the syntax—a great use for the iPads in the classroom. Can't wait for more.”

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“Coding” may sound a bit dry and daunting to some newcomers, but those are the last things that come to mind while using Hopscotch. The app lets you have as much fun making games as playing them, and with its colorful, friendly interface and stacks of help and tutorials, kids (and grown-ups!) can build all kinds of apps—while learning the fundamentals of programming. by mcnavagr Jul 7

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