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+ OPERATION SYSTEM : Mac, Windows, Linux, …
+ AGE : 8 – 16
+ WEBSITE : https://scratch.mit.edu/

– Scratch is a free kids programming language developed by MIT’s Lifelong Kindergarten Lab. The free language is supplemented by getting started tutorials, curriculum instructions for parents, and a robust user community. There are even cards you can use to learn Scratch programming concepts away from the computer.

– Scratch uses a building-block visual interface to create a more scaffolded experience for kids (and parents). You stack together programming components, such as actions, events, and operators.

– Each block has a shape that only allows it to be combined with a compatible object. ” Repeat loops,” for example, are shaped like a sideways “U” to let you know that you need to put blocks in between the start and stop of a loop.

– Scratch can be used to make real animations and games using either pre-populated images and characters or by uploading new ones. Scratch can be used with our without an internet connection. Kids can optionally share their creations on Scratch’s online community.

– Because Scratch is free and so well supported, it’s one of the first suggestions for kid-friendly programming, and it’s easy to see the influence of Scratch in many other kid-friendly programming languages listed here, such as Blockly.

Basic Game Building WIth Scratch


+ RUNNING : Tablet Application
+ AGE : 10+
+ WEBSITE : https://www.apple.com/swift/playgrounds/

– Swift is a programming language used to build iOS apps. Swift Playgrounds is an iPad game designed to teach kids how to program in Swift. This is a free download from Apple and does not require any prior coding knowledge.

– The app contains a lot of tutorials on different Swift commands designed, in this case, to move a character named Byte along a 3-D world. Although no programming knowledge is required, kids do need to know how to read the tutorials and have some persistence for problem-solving. The drag-and-drop code eliminates typos, but Swift Playgrounds does not use the interlocking block interface.

– Once your kid is proficient in Swift Playgrounds, they can start developing in Swift

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+ OPERATION SYSTEM : Mac, Windows, Linux, …
+ AGE : 8 – 16
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Lego MindStorms

+ RUNNING : Application And Robot
+ OPERATION SYSTEM : iOS, Android, Windows, MacOS
+ AGE : 8 – 16
+ Diversity Leason And Beautiful Graphic
+ Cost Some Money For Full Parts
+ WEBSITE : https://www.lego.com/en-us/mindstorms

– Another approach to learning to program is to look at robotics. Many kids respond to the idea of programming things that work in the real world. There are a wide variety of robotics kits and languages you can use to program them, but the LEGO Mindstorms system enjoys one of the largest user communities and a kid-friendly visual programming app. You can download the programming environment for free, but you will need to have access to a LEGO Mindstorms kit in order to make the program run. That doesn’t necessarily mean you have to buy one. Some schools and public libraries have kits available for student use, or you may want to find a First LEGO League near you.

– LEGO EV3 programming software can be run on tablets and computers and it uses a building-block (a LEGO block) metaphor, just as Scratch and Blockly do, although LEGO’s version tends to build the program more horizontally and looks more like a flow-chart. Students make combinations of different actions, variables, and events to manipulate their LEGO Mindstorms creations. The programming language is simple enough for younger kids while still being challenging for older kids and even adults (we once found a Google-sponsored LEGO programming event at a tech conference geared toward programmers.)

– In addition to the LEGO Mindstorms programming environment, LEGO uses an open-source Linux kernal that can be modified and programmed by more traditional programming languages like Python or C++.

– Technical requirements: The EV3 programming language runs on Mac, Windows, Android, and iOS.

– To run the programs (rather than just debugging them) one or more LEGO EV3 robots. (Up to six robots may be daisy-chained for more complex programs.)

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