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Computer Game Programming For Kids

Computer Game Programming For Kids

Kids, learn to program computer games using Minecraft, Logo, C++, Java, Visual Basic, and other languages. Computer Programming for kids.
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Computer Literacy (Directory)

Computers 4 Kids Learn the basics here about computer hardware and software works. Emailing Kids’ guide to email etiquette, rules and tips for writing email in order to make online friends. Instant messaging resources. Homeschooling Kids Web Sites These sites are made by homeschooled kids usually under 13 years old, or by teens or...
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Computers For Kids – Computer Science

Learn the basics here about how to computers work and how to use computers & tablets so you won't get hurt. Find the best selling tablets for kids.
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Email Etiquette For Kids

Email Etiquette For Kids

Emailing Parent-Child Internet Agreement Don’t wait for your parents to set the rules for your internet use: use this agreement! Print it out and show it to your parents and ask them to agree to it – they will be very impressed with how responsible you are! Etiquette Email Etiquette When we converse, we...
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Homeschooling Teenagers’ Websites, Blogs, Forums

Being a Homeschooled Teenager The Clark News Written by 14 and 15 year-old homeschoolers, Robert and Trevor Clark. They report on everything that happens in the Clark house from the family dog running away to the family chess tournament. Articles include full color photographs, gossip columns, sports sections and a “Random Quote and fact of...
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Internet Games

Internet Games

Gaming on the Internet A Learning Tool or a Waste of Time? By Ann Zeise You bought a computer and Internet service in hopes that your son or daughter would spend time on it in educational pursuits. Instead all they seem to do is play games! They’ve long outgrown Reader Rabbit and now they...
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Special Pricing on Apple Products for Homeschoolers

Apple online products store for the homeschool educator. Special pricing for homeschoolers and teachers.
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Texting Grandma or Just Write a Letter?

Texting Grandma or Just Write a Letter?

This is where cultures collide. The texting culture demands an instant response. There is an assumption you have nothing better to do, and that your device is on your person. So does the face-to-face culture. If someone addresses you, you should respond quickly. So I'm revising some of the "old" ways of being polite...
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Web Design Courses For Kids

Web Design Courses For Kids

Homeschool Programming AN A TO Z SPONSOR Your students can learn to create their own websites using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript with our award-winning, self-study curriculum. Add one or two semesters of computer science skills to your transcript. Sign up for our newsletter at our homepage to get FREE Minecraft “mod” lessons, a FREE...
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Websites By Homeschool Kids

Homeschooling Kids’ Web Sites These sites are made by homeschooled kids usually under 13 years old, or by teens or siblings, but the tone of the page is for the pre-teen set. David Glaser: My Favorite Things My name is David. I am eight years old. I learn at home and my favorite subjects...
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