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Enchanting : Enchanting : Enchanting
Enchanting Cards in Multiple Languages Enchanting cards are now available in: Thank you, translators, for your hard work! Enchanting v0.2 is out! Jul 9, 2014 - Enchanting v0.2.4.3 is out and now includes an updated Spanish translation. May 6, 2014 - Enchanting v0.2.4.2 is out, and now includes a Czech translation. It is ready for use by regular people and technical geniuses, alike. Here is a shorter trailer video if you'd prefer. demonstrated in the video. Download Enchanting All available downloads (including the source) Please take a moment to review known Bugs And Workarounds, and look at the Frequently Asked Questions. What is Enchanting? Enchanting is a tool to allow children an easy-to-understand way to program LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robots. and BYOB/Snap! , and powered by leJOS NXJ (Java for the NXT). For more details, see the About page. Is it any good? Yes! How do I use it? Try out our brand new Enchanting Cards! , available for the iPad or as an interactive PDF for use on your computer. Great!

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Programming options for kids Cult of Mac has an item about a six-year-old girl named Lim Xin Mei (above) who is learning computer programming. The article says she was using Applesoft BASIC on an old Apple II GS. Later she started using a Power Mac 7200 running an Apple II GS emulator. My 8-year-old daughter likes to write games using Scratch, but I think I should introduce her to a text-based programming language. I thought BASIC would be good language to start with, but then I realized I just wanted to do that because that's how I started programming decades ago.

ScratchDuino ScratchDuino is a highly customizable, simple and interactive open source robot construction kit with magnetic-mount sensors. WHAT IS THE ScratchDuino ScratchDuiono is a comprehensive and easy-to-use robot kit in all aspects: Modular and customizableEasy assembly using magnetic-mount partsScratchDuino collects information on multiple channels simultaneously allowing to build complex solutions for various tasksReliable / troubleproofOpen Source (Scratch+Arduino)ScratchDuino is ready out of the box to collect data and process it according to a piece of code you design with Scratch. Family Feud - Personalize your Game and Play on the Web - STRETCh Instructor Here are the directions for creating your own Family Feud game that can be played by your students at any time, from any computer, from any place. It also makes for a great project that students in grades 5-12 can create on their own! The format used is Scratch, which is a FREE program from MIT. Click here to view the game in action: ANSWERS for game on web: (warm-up activity, differentiation, whole brain learning, making connections, engagement, word choice) I have provided step by step directions - everything from downloading the free program onto your computer, the screen shots of the 7 programming blocks you will need to change and directions for uploading your project to the web where your students can play!

The Finch Scratch is a tile-based visual programming language, which is an excellent first language for children to learn. We are providing a helper app that allows you to use Scratch 2.0 with Finch and Hummingbird. This is beta software and there are several bugs: please test it and let us know if there are bugs or if you'd like us to make changes to anything. User Guide Video Tutorials Installation K-8 programming playground Striving To Reach Every Talented Child & Scratch GPS: Finding your way-Girls Programming in Scratch This website is provided with a wealth of resources in order to help K-8 teachers infuse computer programming INTO their curriculum. How do we get students engaged and excited about STEM careers? What better way than to infuse video games within our content areas!

Robotic Kit for beginners Menu Home > STEM with Robotics>BombiniBot Kit - Teach Robotics and Scratch programming! View larger Previous Next BombiniBot Kit - Teach Robotics and Scratch programming! Scratch Curriculum Guide Draft A design-based introduction to computational thinking with Scratch This Scratch curriculum guide provides an introduction to creative computing with Scratch, using a design-based learning approach. The guide is organized as a series of twenty 60-minute sessions, and includes session plans, handouts, projects, and videos. The 20 sessions presented in this guide are organized into 5 topics: introduction arts stories games final project

scripting:tutorials:hello_world [Physion] Introduction This the classic “Hello World” example. Create a new file (or scene if you prefer) This is done through the app object: app.newFile();

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